Cresta Churchill Hotel

Address: Corner Matopos Rd & Moffat Avenue, Bulawayo, 9140, Zimbabwe | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Corner Matopos Rd & Moffat Avenue, Bulawayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bulawayo

    Old paths and old trains

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 23, 2015

    ... 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 ...

    Milky Way and Immigration

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 20, 2015

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    ... booking it, until it came to me. (You must be made aware that we crossed the ZA border at around 23:30 so it's the middle of the night.) I make it to the immigration officer and he looks at my passport, confused for a minute then hands me a form to fill out then take to the chief immigration officer for visa processing. I knew I would have to get a visa at the border, what I didn't know is that it was going to cost $30 US. So I have to hunt around for a pen, end up going ...

    Matapos Park

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Oct 15, 2014

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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 ...

    Walking with dinosaurs

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Sep 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the rhino horn is worth 100,000$ a kg. The annoying thing is, they could go down to their local nail salon, collect nail clippings, and have the same effect. The next annoying thing is, the rhinos horn could be cut off humanely, not hurting or harming the rhino, AND it will grow back. Ian's idea was to make the rhino horn trade legal. I know this doesn't sound right, but if things were put in place to provide the Chinese with this horn, humanely taking it from the rhino, it could ...

    Mission Bambata...

    A travel blog entry by blueskyunltd on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... the pool with a new friend (Tate)...the rest of us set off at speed...destination Bambata Caves...

    It was EXACTLY where we predicted..! Off the Nyati Loop, ignoring the 'No Entry' sign, down a relatively unused track...coming to a 'dead-end' and fence...'here we are' said Zeph with a smile...we hopped out, continuing over the fence (!) on foot...turning left (East), along a bush path with a ...