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Still looking for Livingstone accomodations

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Strange - I just posted to ask about Maramba River Lodge, but I don't see it. Either I messed up, or this is a partial repeat! As I said in my missing post: although my husband and I would enjoy staying at one of the luxious lodges if we were on our own, I really don't want to pay those rates for our 3 teenagers! I saw two fairly basic but close to the Falls and Livingstone (for all the "adventure" stuff the kids want to do) places and wondered if anyone knew anything about them. One is the Maramba River Lodge, and the other is The Zambezi Waterfront.

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