TripAdvisor Reviews Rite Inn Livingstone
Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... and a refreshing moist clothe. Our room, separate little house is very nice (minus bugs). We have a bedroom, large bathroom and shower. The main bldg where we meet for dinner drinks etc is beautiful. It overlooks a great plain where we can see Zebra, impalas and cows. The room however my western friends is not screened. Tonight at dinner we were visited by the sung beetle, it was the size of a lemon. The bugs are driving me mad, I swear I have not stopped itching. Nov 9 Today we ...
... minimise the dust. Obviously some vestiges of a Lawrence of Arabia fantasy must be hidden deep in his psyche (see picture).
So the 3 quad bikers followed us, stopping en route to watch a family of Meer Cats. Despite their cute image they are very fierce when it comes to digging their food, insects, scorpions, lizards etc from the ground.
When we reached the middle of the pan I was surprised to see another vehicle there. Our dinner was being prepared over a lovely camp fire ...
... I find it quite easy to shut out thoughts of failure. This time felt a bit different though particularly as this is the third highest bungee jump in the world. Mind you if I was feeling nervous, Zoe was worse, she hadn't even wanted to do this! Our package was called the Big Air combo with the bungee, a zip line and a tandem bridge swing that Zoe and I would do last if we were still able to after the bungee. I went first on the bungee as I didn't want to ...
... lizard about 4 ft long and 4" in diameter.
On returning to Kirsty she was surrounded with Baboons who did become
aggresive as the babies were swing on the rear bumper. Soon chased
away though and we drove to Jollyboys campsite in the town of
Livinstone. In the town we passed a lot of old Colonial Buildings
dating back to the 1920's when the town was the capitol of Northen
... a hive of activity and inactivity, as one waits for a bus that might not come. The constant bleeeeting, bleeeettting, bleeeting of taxis was brain numbing! The three good things that were there, mentioned in the grateful page I'm sure, were Olga's Italian restaurant and accommodation, the gelato shop and the local supermarket with cheap, cold ciders! There is of course the Royal Livingstone hotel that is in the Vic Falls national park, but that is a world of its own, 10km out of ...
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