Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel
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... that have loads of rainbow striped lizards.
The views you get from here are amazing. In the same are but lower is
the moument to 35 troops of the British South African Regiment who
were killed fighting 30,000 Ndbele warriors. It is a large square
tower with 4 big bronze carved plates. The plates are full size
sculptures of each os the men killed. The view from the top is
amazing with all the balancing rocks, no wonder it is called Worlds
View. Stayed at the camp ...
... thing! I have to say, this experience was possibly better then the gorillas. The highlight of my trip so far. After watching them for 20 minutes or so we left them in peace - not before one of our group members let out an overly loud sneeze . We again walked in the scorching heat in single file through the dry grass back to the jeep. When we arrived I had the best coca cola I have ever had. We all needed it! Next stop was at some small markets on the side of the road. ...
... man came to speak to us all. Everyone was all ears. He was a man that you could sit for hours listening to. You couldn't find a man more passionate about saving the rhino. At one point I was in tears listening to him tell us about his "babies" he had lost to poachers. That night I went to bed thinking how I could help to save this incredible, prehistoric creatures. Accommodation: Burkes Paradise campsite (Which had hot ...
... with us up above the cave entrance to the 'summit'...our 'view of the world'...a valid challenger to Rhodes's view of the world...being all the sweeter for the challenge of finding it! Zeph called up a friend in the park authorities who agreed the 'no entry' sign should be replaced by a sign indicating the way to Bambata Cave and another sign marking the beginning of the trail (over the fence!!!) I hope this improvement will happen soon...the caves are well worth the ...
... south we've come the more prosperous it appears, will be interesting to see if that continues. Pretty cool campsite Tuesday night, zebras and impalas on the driveway as we came in. Wednesday - we crossed into Zimbabwe wednesday morning, headed to Harare. Zimbabwe interesting- at one point it was very prosperous, second only to South Africa as the richest place on the continent. When it gained independence in 1980 (very late compared to other African ...