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... structure from the air but it is in fact a tremendously strong bridge built in the early 1900's to carry steam trains and now also serving as the bungy jumping platform for the brave or foolish. Another early night for sick travelers and our white water rafting planned for tomorrow has been cancelled due to too much water flow. Probably a good thing really given our present condition. Maybe another rest day before we hit the Okavango Delta will do the trick, here's hoping.
... could be there and this includes the predators. We eat around the fire as the nights are cool. The food is very simple but very good. Afterwards the children are happy to play with the fire while we discuss the events of today. Then it’s bed as we’re exhausted and need to get up early the next day. If you need to go to the toilet during the night you need to wake-up your mate to let them know. As I’m sleeping with Ioan and Lewys, this is pointless so I opt to ...
... the falls have previously carved massive ravines over millions of years. This was a massive buzz. After this we decided to visit the David Livingstone luxury resort and had a drink at their bar overlooking the river. We found out rooms here were $300 for a single. Back at our restaurant we had scrumptious Zambezi bream for dinner which were mouth ...
... to come from every direction. Within a couple minutes we are soaked, like monsoon x 10 soaked. We start to question the quality of our "rain" jackets as the amount of water coming from the falls grows in intensity as we approach Knife bridge. We try to take pictures with our waterproof camera, but the lens is constantly covered with droplets causing less then exceptional photos. We decide just to revel in the awe inspiring majesty of the falls. After what seems like ...
... with everyone in good spirits. We shared a big buffet lunch with everyone cooking a different dish. Lots of swimming, singing Christmas carols in the lake and even a few fireworks to end the day. Sophie then headed off on a kayak trip while I travelled down south to Zomba to meet my friend Nelson. I first met Nelson when I volunteered in Malawi six years ago. It was really nice to see him again and visit the area he is from. Zomba is famous ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTongabezi Lodge Livingstone
Billed as one of the world's best honeymoon hotels, this one lives up to its reputation. Situated on the shores of the Zambezi River, this hotel is truly idyllic.
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