Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel
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... 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.
... to myself; but didn't have to pay for the extra beds which was very nice. As soon as I got into my cabin, I put all my stuff in the luggage racks and staked out a top bunk, I started playing a comedy album by Sarah Milican, one of my favorite comedians period. I just relaxed in the dark waiting for the train to leave. It was insanely hot however and I opened the windows to the car, the door, and a few windows in the passageway so that air would flow. I didn't have ...
... include someone I cared about. But alas I am alone on this journey and that's the way it was meant to be. I need to recapture myself before I try to add someone back into my life. This type of peaceful contemplation continued until we reached the border.
Then my tranquility was abruptly disturbed. All I can say about immigration is WTF again and again WTF.
First we had to get off the bus and go through South African Immigration and Customs, ...
... Dassie. We drove to one
of the old caves to see the San cave paintings but some clever person
in 1929 had decided that covering with linseed oil would preseve the
paintings, Instead nowadys you cannot make out anything. That said we
still managed to get caught up with 4 busloads of school children
being taken around the cave. We had to walk through the middle of
about 200 kids and said good afternoon time after time whilst MIke
stayed silent. We then returned to ...
... for us. Matt had taken my wallet, so I was intending on not getting anything. I couldn't help myself! I borrowed money and ended up buying a rhino necklace (iconic to our day), and then I came across the most beautiful thing, a hand carved walking stick...(?!) thinking it would be too much anyway, I thought I would ask the price. I was shocked when he told me it was only $40! I couldn't let this item go so I bartered and manage to get my "magic stick" and a small carved wall hanging ...