Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel
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Today (28 July) I went to a rhino reserve with 'Stormin Norman'
He isn’t a ranger or any ting, but is really involved with the conversation of them, he is really passionate about his rhinos
We sent off in his truck, about a 40 minute drive to get to the reserve along a decent road as well,
We arrived and Norman went off to chat with the rangers, to find out if any sightings had been had, there had been several ...
... coca cola might be the cure I needed - essentially eliminating whatever bug I was inflicted with. I drank the coke down and quite quickly started feeling improved. Although still not wanting any supper, I was feeling better, likely bolstered by the great time watching the rhinos.Unfortunately our accommodations weren't all that nice, but granted, I think thus far we have been quite lucky and may be in for a bit of a rude awakening on our next tour through eastern Africa.
... its' advantages too. I was able to think about everything and try to absorb and process it mentally without disruption.
By morning I was fairly chilly but knew it wasn't warm enough to open the windows. Once it was around 10 am, I had to go to the toilet, which I'm not sure weather I mentioned but is essentially ******* into a hole that goes all the way to the undercarriage of the train, you're basically going on the ground as the train is moving. Its all at once weird ...
The facilities in the ZA side of the border were old; but recently-ish renovated. It was modern basically. The facilities on the Zim side looked like they hadn't been replaced since Rhodesia was a country. It was 100% everything you see in the movies about African bureaucracy and government, right down to the typeface. I HAD PICTURES, but I don't and I'll tell you why in a minute.
So I queue through and unlike ZA the ZIM immigration seemed to be ...
Arrived at Matapos
National Park with the intention of staying for two nights. This park
is also known as the home of the balancing rocks, it is incredible it
is just like pieces of jigsaw put together. We stopped for linch at
one of the lakes and got surrounded by baboons although this time no
problems. The temperature at that time was 35.6, quite warm. Also in
the park we saw tree lizards perfectly camouflaged with the bark of
the trees, klipspringers,common ...