Cresta Churchill Hotel
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... different to how it is now. We found the rock paintings, they were also spectacular. We crouched around the cave while listening to a passionate Ian tell us about the life of a bushman and the sad outcome that is now their life today. From new discoveries he now believes that our ancestors all originated from the bush people. It was so interesting listening to him, think my mouth was ajar the entire time. Next came the hardest decision we have had to make on this trip. We had the ...
... look forward to enjoying refreshments at the 'tearoom' and possibly a spot of horseback riding... *** The convoy heads off for Mtsheleli Dam...everyone in high spirits...the kids loving hanging out of windows and roof hatches as we bump our way further into the Matobo, arriving after a time at a remote and very beautiful lake/dam...canoes unloaded from the trailer, half the ...
... of a tree not more than 10 metres way..! Feeling a lot like an over protective mother (!) I sidled up to our guide, Zeph, to ask him what we should do if they decided to 'charge' at us... Zeph turned and smiled at me...patting my arm, he assured me that they were laughably non-aggressive and that if they came our way it would be by accident, due ...
... left), also the local tribes from the area and the history of Cecil Rhodes, a Scottish guy called Moffat, the famous chiefs and also the history of scouting and Baden Powell's involvement in the boer war. Ian is incredibly passionate and to hear him speak about the poaching, the management of parks and the history of Africa is absolutely fascinating. After the cave we went to a local village and met the chief, a guy who wears the skin of a leopard that ...
... in cities. Here there are huts in rural areas but far more brick buildings in towns than we've seen so far. We've been warned not to mention Mugabe or the land redistribution while we are here, as some people clearly love him and others hate him and you can't be sure who is working for him and who is not. Thursday- we visited the great Zimbabwe ruins, the former ancient king's palace which the country is named after. They were quite big, a bigger area ...