Protea Hotel Livingstone
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Very serviceminded staff. Great place to stay near the falls. Value for money.
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Tirsdag 15. juliSto opp kl 0400 og var på flyplass 0500 for å ta fly klokka 0610 til Zambia. Var fremme i Livingstone ca kl 1330. Merker her at vi er i det virkelige Afrika. De hvite mennene du ser her er kun turister. På flyplassen ble vi «adoptert» av en hyggelig drosjesjåfør som vi «kjøpte» - Vi ble kjørt til hotellet og han hentet oss på …
... really taken any notice of the full moon until now not realising how much later it rises each night. Currently sitting outside my tent in pitch black, hippos grunting, stars shining at 7.30 pm waiting for the moon to rise over the horizon, seemingly just across the dam. It is truly beautiful to watch and I never seem to do be able to do this at home. No pictures can do it ...
... JUMPS...4 seconds later he was bouncing under the bridge...amazing...then he's walking back towards us. Now it's dad and Evie's turn. Jake and I are walking over with them while mum is on the bridge, armed with a camera...They're getting strapped in and then they're off...nearly at the end...Evie's ears must be hurting with dad 'squealing like a warthog!' They said it was FAST 'N' FUN..,a great experience... Written by karis ...
... and had a great 15min flight up the Gorge and then a few figure rights over the Falls. Definitely worth it to see them from above and to get a sense of the amazing zig-zig that the river has formed through the hexagonal basalt over the millennia. After returning to the lodge we headed for sundowners at the main lodge restaurant overlooking the waterhole and to watch my last African sunset for the next while. We had dinner back at our lodge heating up spaghetti with meat sauce and ...
managed to set foot in an extra country!!
The rafts pulled up on the Zimbabwe side of the river and those that
wanted popped out, scaled a quick rock face and did a 5m rock jump into the
Zambezi to be swept up by the current and then the safety Kayaks to then climb
back into rafts.
We carried on down the river through 12 rapids in total with
a stop for lunch on a river beach ...