Livingstone

Livingstone

city at the border of the Victoria Falls, named after the most iconic explorer

Location: 

Livingstone, Zambia

Duration: 

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Livingstone, named after the most iconic explorer
  2. City in Zambia at the border of the Victoria Falls
  3. Finding a quiet, cozy and inexpensive campsite
  4. Avoiding all the mainstream touristic places in town
  5. Checking and fixing the 4-wheel-drive again

Image sources

  1. Artwork at Jollyboys
  2. Sunset at Waterfront
  3. Playing Chequers 
  4. Happy Baboon Family
  5. Dr. Livingstone

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