Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel
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Andy: find the rhino, find the rhino! Is that it? Nope, that's a big rock. Let's look down here for three hours in sun that is hotter here than on the actual surface of the sun. Where is this rhino? Do you think it's because we stopped off for a go on a drug called Khat that makes you really alert but poor at spotting rhino? Hmm. So today we went to look for the elusive rhino with apparently the Steve Irwin of game drivers. We did find a rhino or two as it happens, they ...
Went for a stroll around. You would never beleave it, it
is actually twinned with the town of Aberdeen! There are lots of of
old Colonial Buildings and very wide streets lined with the purple
flowering Jacaranda trees. The people in the town as elsewhere are
all extremely friendly. The campsite is also filled with lots of
flowers and trees in all shades of lilac and purple.
... The bargain of the trip I think! We said our goodbyes, took our goods and made our way back to camp, on the way seeing the boys AND our rhinos from the morning! Mum and baby walking alongside the main road, be careful! Camp had a lot better atmosphere compared to the night before which was good, especially after the magical day we had. The other truck had an even better sighting of some rhinos, only 3 metres away. At one point they had to through a small stick at one because it ...
... throughout the transaction..! 50$ for 'help' in clearing customs at Kasengula (admittedly we were VERY naive on day 1..!); 5$ for advice given out by a paid employee on Vic Falls Bridge (nice try...even we weren't going to be caught out by that one); 20$ at a police road block (between Hwange and Bulawayo) because our car's reflective stickers weren't big enough..! We also got challenged for the same misdemeanour in Matopos...as suspected, the 'receipt' we had ...
Had a good day on Sunday, got up early and went for a 7am horse ride through forest, a village and then the beach. Then we desaddled the horses and rode them into the beach, the waves were quite big and several times I was nearly washed off but somehow managed to stay on. The horse riding place is managed by a British guy who rescued the horses from abandoned farms in Zimbabwe during the forced land redistribution. Then spent some quantity time chilling on ...