Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... across the water. Africa pulled out a cooler with soft drinks, beer and peanuts, which he placed on the hood so we could have our sundowner. It was a lovely calm time and Marjolaine and I walked slowly back and forth holding hands and taking photos, enjoying the moment together.
As the sun set and it began getting dark, we embarked once again and drove on. Soon we came to a group of elephants close to the road. We apparently surprised one, because she ...
Yet again, an early start to get to Zambia with plenty of time. And yet again, transport didn't turn up. We managed to sort something out and crossed the Zambezi river to get a couple more stamps in the passport as we entered Zambia. For dinner we had a platter of local foods from a restaurant in Livingstone. It was our first taste of some traditional spices and flavours as we've been cooking for ourselves most of the ...
We arrived yesterday afternoon to the village of Mwandi. Today we began working on building our mud brick houses! After the journey we were greeted by the other team who were also staying at the same accommodation. It was very exciting to catch up with them and hear about their experiences at Chobe and the Okavango! After setting up our tents we were briefed with the showers (yes there are showers.. But it is a process that involves 2 seconds under a dripping tap of semi ...
... with them. Then we did a lion walk with 16 and 17 month old lions and took some pictures with them. In the afternoon we went to see the site where they breed the lions and their stage 2 project site which is a semi captive environment in which a pride lives in a 500 acre enclosure and has to hunt live game that's brought in rather than be given food. After we went back to the lodge at Zambezi park where all the volunteers were having dinner and trivia ...
... m glad it happened to me and not to someone else. I am assured that it will be put onto another plane and flown to where we cross the border into Zambia as soon as possible. My only worry is that all my electrical cords for charging my phone, camera and computer, are in the checked luggage. I have learned my lesson, and will always keep them with my carry-on luggage henceforth.
We fly to an air strip on the Botswana side near the border where ...
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Mosi-Oa-Tunya Road, Livingstone | 4 star hotelfrom $440
- Great location beside the falls
- Lifetime of memories
- What a sunset !!!!!
Mosi-oa-Tunya Road, Livingstone | 3 star hotelfrom $234
- Will remember the courtesy and smiles
- Fantastic but pricey!
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