The Stanley and Livingstone at Victoria Falls

Ursula Road, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls Wow, Wow, Wow!

A travel blog entry by roamed

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The big decision when you start is should you get a rain poncho. Most people do but I heard one woman say it smelled bad. We had brought our own since I am allergic to mold but we decided not to use them. I loved walking through the mist. The sound of the Falls is exciting. The walk is long but you can go at your own pace. Since the Zimbabwe side faces the longest part of the Falls I'm glad we came to Zim and not Zam. (the ...

The River Nile

A travel blog entry by hlady

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... us, for a couple minutes we had a race with the little guy. He ran alongside us until we had a local boy grab his rope, that was tied to his foot, and take him home. The road was just dirt with giant bumps along the way, children waved at us as we passed. Everyone smiled as we drove through the village. We saw chickens painted pink so the eagles don't recognize them. I saw a man with one leg hopping along with a crutch as he went about his farm duties. When we arrived closer to ...

Last day on the truck, end in Vic Falls

A travel blog entry by deano-webby

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... from Munich... And yes, I mentioned the war once but I think I got away with it... :) (that's a quote from Fawlty Towers for the special ones amongst us). Nice couple who will have me visiting them every Oktober for free accom... :) Kersten loved to give the two finger salute in photos even though she wasn't aware of the joke/ story at that stage... Really nice couple who enjoyed their trip especially with their 2.5 cameras. Torsten belted out Hotel California ...

Day Two - Tyre Problems & Victoria Falls Phase

A travel blog entry by chase23

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... Went back to the Zambezi Sun, then walked to the Victoria Falls, which are a stunning natural feature, though somewhat devoid of water on the Zambian side. It turns out that, on top of it being the dry season, they are also diverting some water to the hydro-electric power station at present. We plan to go to the Zimbabwe side tomorrow. Walked down to the Boiling Pot which was quite a challenge in the heat. Stopped half way on ...

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by laureneden

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I went back to Zimbabwe to Victoria falls which was amazing, definatly one of the best things I've ever seen. I also went on bike ride around the national park and went swimming in the hippo and crocodile infested Zambezi river (I love the lack of health and safety here it's great). Victoria falls town is probably the only place that foreigners visit in Zimbabwe so its purposefully really nice there so when foreigners visit they think "wow! What ...

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