Travel Blogs from Zimbabwe

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A Day in the Life....school and village visit, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

A Day in the Life....school and village visit

A travel blog entry by currin

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A highlight to any OAT trip is the 'Day in the Life' where we have the opportunity to visit a school, village and/or have a home-hosted meal.  First we visited the local market to buy food that was not grown in the village.  It was our way of ...

Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by mdishley

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During my 9 months in Zim I got to travel around a fair bit and experienced lots of different things.  I got to visit the rural areas aswell as flying over Victoria Falls in a ...

Day 19-22 - Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Day 19-22 - Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by aporter

... it was quite stunning. I'd love to go back when the water is at it's highest level. Here's some photos! As my time in Zimbabwe and Africa came to a close I looked back at all the amazing memories I had made. It had been the experience of a ...

Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne

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Day 60 Today I went white water rafting in Zimbabwe with a few of my new friends! Most of the rapids were category 5, with one category 6 that we weren't able to do. Our raft got stuck in one rapid for a minute and we were giggling and being tossed all ...

day 2, Harare Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe travel blog

day 2

A travel blog entry by shaleann

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FRIDAY  December 9th 2010 Again, we woke at 5:30 to watch Africa's best graze past our veranda.  A kind fellow brought us tea and coffee to sip as took in the show!  What a delight! We joined the Putterills in the main lodge for breakfast ...

Last Leg, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Last Leg

A travel blog entry by rtwexplorer

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... it. THANKS MUM AND DAD!! After that, it was back onto Stevie the truck for the last time to cross the border into Zimbabwe to the town called Victoria Falls. For those that don't know, the Zambezi river acts as the border between the two ...

Moz to Zim, Mutare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Moz to Zim

A travel blog entry by kazntrsawsmadvn

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... hand at the local lingo... it's always nice to be able understand what is going on! And despite it's headline making reputation, Zimbabwe appears to have made quite the first impression on us! Despite being in a completely different part of Africa, Mutare ...

View on the Victoria Falls from Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

View on the Victoria Falls from Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by tilman

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... part is only to be seen from Zimbabwe. If you can afford it, book a flight over the Falls with a ultralight-glider. For going to Zimbabwe you just have to cross the bridge (and pay all the $$). The entrance to the Victoria Falls NP is close to the ...

Bulawayo, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Bulawayo

A travel blog entry by foradecasa

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Por Robson Seguindo no Projeto 20°12', fomos chegamos a Bulawayo, uma cidade de 1milhão e meio de habitantes, a segunda maior do Zimbábue. Além disso, marcante por ser a última cidade no Zimbábue por que passaríamos que é cruzada pelo ...

Great Zimbabwe and the GREATEST golf course, Mutare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Great Zimbabwe and the GREATEST golf course

A travel blog entry by afrikanskies

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... that despite being in her mid eighties and having lived through all the country’s trials and tribulations firsthand she still loved Zimbabwe with all her heart and would never leave. Shortly after we sat down to relax with our scones, Sally and her ...

Monsoons over Masvingo, Masvingo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Monsoons over Masvingo

A travel blog entry by kazntrsawsmadvn

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... available corner would be taken advantage of. So whilst the rest of the region flourishes during this rainy season, in Zimbabwe, surrounded by beautiful but bare fields, the torrential rain only contributes even more to the extreme lack of tourism... I'd ...

DAy 7, Somewhere in Zimbabwe, United States travel blog

DAy 7

A travel blog entry by shaleann

... .  We'll miss them!  They are so darling!  It will be fun to see how much they grow in two weeks. Off to breakfast and a road trip across Zimbabwe!   Hope you are enjoying a blessed and peaceful holiday season! Thanks for your ...

Cub Viewing - Amanzi and 4L's, Gweru, Zimbabwe travel blog

Cub Viewing - Amanzi and 4L's

A travel blog entry by sjw_uk

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Today we got to cub view the 4L's, which was a bonus as no other clients get to view them, let alone sit in with them.... Matthew was excellent, he actually relaxed and enjoyed himself wioth the cubs. David left for Zambia today, he gave ne an update ...

Hookers and Hold ups, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Hookers and Hold ups

A travel blog entry by nickmofry

... has gone on far too long .....and i really only have limited knowledge of all the angles and the complicated history that made zimbabwe what it is today. Howvere i can conclude that things are getting better even if very slowly ....the Dollar is firmly ...

Festiwal - Harare, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Festiwal - Harare

A travel blog entry by jasionowska

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Date: 2013/5/5Subject: pozdrowienia z festiwalu w Harare Kochani,Dzisiaj niedziela...przez ostatnie cztery dni nie mialam dostepu do internetu. Nie bede w stanie take z wami skajpowac bo internet za slaby...Autobusem dojechalam szczesliwie...super klasy ...

Sep 27, 2011, Nyamapande, Zimbabwe travel blog

Sep 27, 2011

A travel blog entry by jamesinafrica

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Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by hlady

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... lodge. This was our big splurge, three days to spend recuperating from the long tour in a fancy hotel. Both Zambia and Zimbabwe were drastically different to South Africa. Much poorer countries. Both victoria falls and our hotel were really expensive. In ...

Catching the sun's first rays above the falls!, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Catching the sun's first rays above the falls!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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Day 32 - early morning Temperature:   33 Celsius Weather:   dawn light, hazy and hot Today being my third morning to wake up at the Victoria Falls Hotel, believe it or not, it was my first one to actually eat breakfast here! Blame this ...

Day 28,  Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe travel blog

Day 28

A travel blog entry by shaleann

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DAY 28 Tuesday, January 4, 2011 Well, after a full day in Harare, and several attempts I still couldn't get my blog updated properly.  I did get in a short post.  Tried again to get an xray of my shoulder and chest but there was no electricity ...

Searching For Black Rhino, Matopos National Park, Zimbabwe travel blog

Searching For Black Rhino

A travel blog entry by matt_werner

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I didn’t see much of what was supposed to be a 2-3 hour drive to Bulawayo as I was asleep pretty quickly, even missed an interesting accident apparently. We had worked things out on the truck – Sally would sleep on the mattress across the ...

Caminho para Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Caminho para Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by foradecasa

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Por Robson   Seguindo de Bulawayo para as Cataratas Victoria, o último destino do Projeto 20º12' no Zimbábue, pegamos uma estrada bem interessante. O relevo era de pequenos morros e vales. Para quem gosta de estrada, é uma delícia! Em grande ...

Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by laureneden

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... that foreigners visit in Zimbabwe so its purposefully really nice there so when foreigners visit they think "wow! What a great place Zimbabwe is! How fantastic president Mugabe must be!". however i get the impression that its a terrible place to live. ...

Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by tychii

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... more or less on time, which is always a pleasant surprise, despite 2 border crossings (once into Mozambique, and then into Zimbabwe). There were only three other tourists on the bus with us and had met very few other travelers along the way that had ...

Chasing the black rhino, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Chasing the black rhino

A travel blog entry by tychii

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... exhibit, that allowed us to straighten out which antlers belong to which antelopes, an impressive walk-through mine (Zimbabwe produces copper, gold, uranium, and other minerals), and interesting relics from different African tribes that were collected at ...

DAy 19,  Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe travel blog

DAy 19

A travel blog entry by shaleann

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DAY 19 Sunday, December 26th We woke up to big rain this morning.  The nativity was outside.  I'm not so sure its repairable.  No great loss.  We spent the rainy morning sharing photos cards between everybody's camera.  The girls ...

Great Zimbabwe Monument, Masvingo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Great Zimbabwe Monument

A travel blog entry by harryabroad

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The great Zimbabwe monument is an ancient city given world heritage status. Well you would have thought such an important attraction would have been signposted.  We assumed so also but found ourselves lost again.  We had to ask four times for ...

A case of theft and a dose of malaria, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

A case of theft and a dose of malaria

A travel blog entry by afrikanskies

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... the force of the water surge, but came through with flying colours and we decided then and there that a detour back through Zimbabwe was a sound choice. Revisiting Zim also gave us the chance to show Kwetu to Tim’s (the potential buyer) parents in ...

Hupenyu Hutsva Children's Home, Harare, Harare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Hupenyu Hutsva Children's Home, Harare

A travel blog entry by rachellocke

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... into a shop to get sorted out, the peopel that work in the shops have been know to steal the parts for themselves....that\s zimbabwe for you. Drew also used to teach and is fabulous with kids so he brought along his guitar and we all sang \you are my ...

Finally...., Matopos National Park, Zimbabwe travel blog

Finally....

A travel blog entry by leahwestbrooks

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... missed my crew here!) I have been busy with the boys getting our baskets fully assembled.      The day I left Zimbabwe back at the end of November was also the day that our basketball hoops finally arrived in the village. While I was ...

Day 32, Somewhere in Zimbabwe, United States travel blog

Day 32

A travel blog entry by shaleann

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DAY 32 Saturday, January 8, 2011 Happy 14th Birthday Ezra Zane Cluff!! Today we have big plans for Ezzie that I will have to write about tomorrow with photos!  It won't be a day he will ever forget.  But first let me size up yesterday. Debbie ...

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