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

    Rhino Reserve

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jul 28, 2015

    8 comments, 27 photos

    ... back down and off tracking them, after about 30 minutes of silent walking, we spotted them, behind bushes and trees, they just eyed us, but never moved, Norman moved to a better position for us to take photos

    They seemed to move into better position for us, then they moved into the open, then the Dragoman crowd arrived and they moved like elephants and they must have been startled by all the movement as they moved off and all we could see after that was ...

    Milky Way and Immigration

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 20, 2015

    23 photos

    I made it to Zimbabwe!!! If you've been watching my instagram you'll notice some of the pics have made it up; unfortunately I do not have data for this country and can't upload anything new until I get to Vic Falls and the hostel I'll be staying at. I'm staying at an internet cafe while I wait for my train to leave. I've only got about 11 hours till then. hahah
    But I brought a book about censorship in South Africa to keep me occupied. I do have my iPad; but I'm saving it ...

    Matapos Park

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Oct 15, 2014

    16 photos

    ... year old drawing of a white Rhino. This park is also
    the burial place of Cecil Rhodes, who originally gave it the name of
    Rhodesia. At the entrance there is a small museum about him which
    shows how he was basically treated as royalty with regard to the
    funeral in that he had a huge procession from Kimberly in South
    Africa, and there were thousands of people lining the route. The
    grave is set where he wanted it to be and is on top odf the hill with
    four huge ...

    Walking with dinosaurs

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

    19 photos

    ... to inquisitive. ---> Ian's view on saving the rhinos is slightly different to the one in which is in place now (and not being very successful). After listening to how passionate he was about saving these rhinos, I was sold. His view was to make the rhino horn trade legal. The Chinese believe there is a "Viagra" type medicine in the rhino horn, and have thought this for many years. They kill the rhino just to cut off their faces to retrieve the horn. Being such a risky (and ...

    Mission Bambata...

    A travel blog entry by blueskyunltd on Aug 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... 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 ...