- I've always wanted a power shower but...And then there was 3, and I was down to but a single Finnish girl. A very cute Finnish girl, granted, but still just a single Finnish girl. Which after having 3 for so long, comes both a a relief Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Apr 22, 2009
- Flight over the FallsUltralight Flight
Zim still offers it’s fair share of activities to challenge most adrenalin junkies. You can bungee jump into oblivion, canoe the upper Zambezi, white water raft and jet boat the lower Zambezi, whizz across Batoka Gorge Posted by hilarywh in Zimbabwe ...and a little bit of Zambia | Apr 5, 2009
- Another Lion Walk!Lion Walk
Owned by African Encounter (same project as the one in Gweru), there are 10 walking lions at Mosi-au-Tunya NP so using my contacts from Antelope Park I secured a day with the lions in Zambia. It’s a very Posted by hilarywh in Zimbabwe ...and a little bit of Zambia | Apr 5, 2009
- Livingstone, I presume?Parting Ways
Said goodbye to our big orange bus, John, Dumile and Innocent, as well as Rosh and Nosh who were heading home via Kruger National Park in South Africa for some up-market game viewing. Have fun guys!
Hitting the town
Ha Posted by deepaksuma in Running 'round the world | Apr 11, 2009
- Into ZambiaInto Zambia
Crossed the border into Zambia this morning by the Kazalunga ferry across the Zambezi - the junction of 4 countries (Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe). The difference between Botswana and Zambia was telling, with the poverty an Posted by deepaksuma in Running 'round the world | Apr 11, 2009
- Lusaka, ZambiaAs to how I arrived in Lusaka, I don't know. What I recall is that ,I was on my way from Johannesburg to Malawi.I left Jo'burg and went to Gaborone, travelled overnight by train from Gaborone to Francis town. Posted by Thuligal in Thuli Khoza's adventures | Feb 18, 2009
- Victoria Falls [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/183294/Picture_167.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/183294/thumb_Picture_ Posted by vedette in Tales from Around the World | Jan 9, 2009
- Heading for (a) Fall(s)Lot's of adventures since we last wrote....our good bakke has broken down a few times, but we've made repairs within an hour and been on our way. Derek's been the brains and brawn behind that and we figure it's an Posted by Koriquest in The Kurrent Kori Kaper | Dec 21, 2008
- End of 1st leg ...Hi Mum (and anyone else reading) ...
Currently in Livingstone, at the end of the first section of the trip. All going well, I havent been ill yet (have a cold tho), am taking my Malaria tablets every day, and am Posted by richardn in Africa | Jul 8, 2008
- Tales from the SaddleA day in the life…
I always enjoy the cultural differences between Africa and those of the western world. For example, in Zambia, if you get thrown in jail they don’t lock the door. It doesn’t even Posted by peelstick in Tales From the Saddle | Jun 11, 2008
- Why do I keep doing this?So I am a bit of an adreniline junkie. I like to engage in activities that may kill me. In the Victoria Falls area, I did a smorgasbord of potentially dangerous acts including Abseiling, Zip Wire, Gorge Swing Posted by AshleyC in Where in the world is Ashley Churchill? | Apr 14, 2008
- Whiplash at a Natural Wonder of the WorldWell, our 4-day stay here at Livingstone/Victoria Falls is just about over, and since this is a major tourist hub, there was plenty of entertainment to be had...
Right out of the gate on the first day we decided to take Posted by cmgildea in Mary and Colin's Great Adventure | Apr 15, 2008
- The Early Skanky Catches the WormAfter a week of camping in the bush we've finally rolled into the symbolic halfway point: Livingstone, Zambia. Home of Victoria Falls - a World Heritage Site for those of you keeping track. We've spent the last two days Posted by vandewme in Mary and Colin's Great Adventure | Apr 11, 2008
- The Halftime ShowWell everybody, it's officially half-time of the Mary and Colin Adventure. We reached the midpoint a few days ago and it seems both impossible that we've travelled for 45 days and unbelievable that its only been 45 days since Posted by vandewme in Mary and Colin's Great Adventure | Apr 8, 2008
- ZambiaA few days ago I went White Water Rafting in the Zambezi at Victoria Falls.
The night before I went I was talking to a girl at my hotel who had gone rafting that day. She said that Posted by OhnoBonobo in African Adventure | Aug 13, 2007
- Mozambique & ZambiaI went to Cohara Bassa in Mozambique to go Tiger fishing. The water is part of the great Zambezi and was full of fish, fish eagles, hippos and crocodiles! Our boat got really close to the hippos and Posted by OhnoBonobo in African Adventure | Aug 5, 2007
- Victoria FallsFor some crazy reason we seem to be getting up early. Like, Army days early. Almost every day. We decided to set out and see the Victoria Falls at sunrise. Of course we hadn’t checked when Posted by lloydthyen in travelling right, travelling light | Jul 25, 2007
- Livingstone, I presume . . .Livingstone has turned out to be a nice respite from crazy large cities like Nairobi and Cairo (not that we spent time there, but on the roads at least!). We had an interesting dinner at a local place in Posted by lloydthyen in travelling right, travelling light | Jul 25, 2007
- Bye Bye Zambia - Hello MalawiHello everybody..
..hier zijn we weer... maar 3 verslagen op 1 maand... wat een schandaal... onze fans zo in de steek laten ;-)
We zijn ondertussen veilig aangekomen in de hoofdstad van Malawi: Lilongwe, waar we verblijven in een kloosterachtig guest Posted by joenstock in from A to Z | Jul 18, 2007
- Lusaka _ Mongu _ LusakaHello Everybody
Al een hele eeuwigheid geleden... jullie worden niet zo verwend zoals op onze Zuid-Amerika historie.. onze excuses maar in den Afrique is internet oftewel oertraag oftewel onvindbaar ;-)
Op naar de meest toeristische att Posted by joenstock in from A to Z | Jul 11, 2007
- Hello Africa !!Hello Everybody - Muli Bwanji (Nyanja voor: how are you)
We zijn veilig aangekomen in Lusaka - Zambia!
Perfecte vlucht met British Airways, waar Jeroen's nichtje Patricia nog in het vliegtuig afscheid kwam nemen! Merci Patricia!!
Het voelt wel heel Posted by joenstock in from A to Z | Jun 22, 2007
- ZambiaArrived at Livingstone International Airport ( translation: tin shed in desert) from London via Cape Town and an overnighter in Johannesburg and took an uneventful taxi ride to the Victoria Falls campsite where I checked into my tent-with-walls. The whole Posted by TDL in The Departure Lounge | Jul 23, 2004
- ZAMBIA againFriday 19th
We arrived, amazingly on time, at Zambia’s only port, Mpulungu. I was greeted by the editor of The Post ‘the paper that digs deeper’. We swapped contact details as he was very interested in my story. Posted by ManicDave in Manic Mission Africa | Jan 20, 2007
- ZAMBIA1st - 3rd December 2006 Friday - Sunday
I woke up at 05:45, just too late to get the 1st bus that to Kapiri Mposhi. So I finished typing up my blog for two hours, packed up my stuff Posted by ManicDave in Manic Mission Africa | Dec 1, 2006