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      24.08.2008 19:04



      Two good sites for travelling on a budget

      OK this review is about 2 different places we camped at in Zambia - Jollyboys and Fawlty towers in Livingstone

      Jollyboys - a lovely little site, with cabins for indoor accomodation. Run by two aussies and others, with a keen interest in travel. The site has a pool, table tennis tables, a bar, a book exchange and lounge area, shop, internet access, laundry and good shower areas. It is a short walk into town and airport transfers acn be arranged. This was my favourite place to stay in Zambia and the little cabins looked fab to stay in, its a shame we didn;t stay in these or have longer her.

      Fawlty Towers - down the road from jollyboys but not so nice. Lots of room for camping, and also dorms. Had a pool but not as nice as Jollyboys. Free internet access plus a lounge/pool table/TV area. at the rear of the place was Hippos bar - serving food and drink until the early hours - great stuff.
      Fawlty towers has a guy on the gate for security - very reassuring. A 10 min walk away is the supermarket and small shopping centre. Fawlty towers will organise trips to Vic Falls and other excursions for you with local companies. I can recommend the helicopter ride over the Falls - superb.

      Both OK sites for the backpacker/traveller on a budget but Jollyboys gets my vote.


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