TripAdvisor Reviews Rite Inn Livingstone
Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... This proved to be harder than I thought, as the lady at the desk didn't want to get me the land line phone from the office, which was all the way across the lobby, so I had to pay the night watchman to make a call on his cell, as everyone here just pays for their air time as they go. Some people can only afford to pay for one call at a time. There will now be two of us heading out to swim at the top of the falls, I hope this all works out. Days in a row of nothing lost? ...
... the Class 5 rapids. He thought that telling her that he was the only guide who hadn't flipped a raft in rapid 4 this year would ease her nerves. It didn't quite work, as she was in tears, but he couldn't see that as he was sitting at the back. She pulled herself together, and we got through it without flipping. As we meandered down the river for the next while, it was amazing to look around at all the water knowing that we were rafting in the low water season. I asked the guide ...
... who don't even speak English! It is such a challenging job, but very interesting we are working out the kinks and figuring out what we need to do. They don't have school books, or work books at all so Martin and I hand write their worksheets for the day so they can experience more hands on lessons not just staring at the chalkboard. It also helps us to figure out what they really know, rather than everyone shouting the answer out together. We have a girl called Loveness in our ...
... come to the roadside to sell their produce and there are always clusters of stalls at intersections. For some time I was intrigued by mounds of earth some meters high with wisps of smoke coming out and it took me some time to deduce that they were pits of burning charcoal which were then placed in bags and piled high out of the bag top and held together by woven grass webbing. These bags were for sale along the road everywhere and could be seen piled on ...
... with beers and celebration. Nearly four hundred kilometers, must be several hundred hours of paddling and pedaling, to land unscathed and full of victory, journey, memory and sense of achievement.
We loaded the boat on the truck and headed to the backpackers called ‘Fawlty Towers’ in Livingstone. I then got an appointment with Dr Sanjay who suspects that the river water I have been drinking is the source of ...
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