Protea Hotel Livingstone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
After a few days of driving through the Zambian countryside, through the towns of Lusaka, Chipata and Luangwa, we arrived at Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders) a.k.a Victoria Falls in Livingstone.
At 1700m wide and 100m high, Victoria Falls is the largest sheet of water falling over a cliff and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. From Livingstone, ...
... There's another path further away from the water which gives a totally different view through the trees but you have to watch out for baboon bullies that hang about in the trees and try to take your lunch. The final path goes down quite steeply to some kind of whirlpool but it was really hot and there's no breeze down there so I just went far enough to ask people climbing back up about it. They were all flushed and panting and I didn't want ...
... trying to sell us very cheap statues and Monopoly money. Our strategy in these situations is to just keep walking, no eye contact, no comment but, one guy just got in our face. We unpolitely told him to get the ...... Away from us. He then started saying that we had no right to say that to him in his country and if we did it again, he and his friends would snatch us. Fortunately we were approaching the main drag and there were a ...
... She slowly moved across to about 100 metres from her cubs and called them over. The cubs slowly moved over to her and one of them took the baby impala and moved into the bushes to have his dinner. The other one played with his mother. I caught some of this on video. Porcupine again on the way out. Each night we have seen one on our way out of the reserve and back to camp. No elephants tonight in camp. So no photos. Darn. Pea and mint soup, pasta sweet tomato, pineapple cake for ...