We are fresh from the holidays, maybe not literally for everyone depending on how it was spent. While some are highly rejuvenated – these being those who actually managed to travel out – others stayed in for reasons best left to everyone’s guess.
Due to some changes in my plans to travel out of the city, I stayed behind, and this afforded me a perfect time to complete old tasks; like wrapping up longstanding design projects.
For those who travelled out, I imagine you went to a place similar to what I stayed behind to work on. This is a Lodge in none other than the scenic city of Livingstone which is home to the mighty and spectacular Victoria Falls (one of the world’s natural wonders). Sprawling across these grounds are two types of rooms; a Single Suite and a Family Suite.
The Singles Suites dominate the premises in footprint and come in two blocks of 8 apartments apiece with just enough real estate for a bed and a bath. The Family Suite on the other hand comes in one block of just 4 apartments but with ample real estate for a spacious bedroom with a lockable door, a Kitchen and a bath.
In addition, the Supporting facilities are a Bar and a Gymnasium both for recreation and both sit under one roof. While a Restaurant and a Workers’s Station are placed separately and in independent structures.
For the ultimate adventure of taking a dip, a central Swimming Pool was introduced. Central, because that was the only logical way to have all facilities in almost equal proximity. And for privacy, a picket fence in a natural brown finish was placed around.
The layout is set up in such a way that a trip to here recharges the batteries of any holiday seeker who fancies a trip away from the hustle and bustle of the city.