Beitbridge Express

N6 Highway, Beitbridge, Zimbabwe | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on N6 Highway, Beitbridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Beitbridge

    Lion and Elephant hotel, Bubi River

    A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jul 07, 2014

    After a large English breakfast at Eden Lodge Vumba, we hit the road. It was a long drive to Bubu River where the Lion and Elephant Hotel is. On the way, we were stopped by traffic police for speeding - 71kph in a 60kph area. The trouble was that you never knew whether the 60limit had expired or not.
    We had a very ...

    Train v bus

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Aug 20, 2013

    There's something I find very comforting about overnight sleeper train travel. Especially when I have a private room. It even has a sink! But not working. And used frequently, I suspect, as a urinal. I'm not obsessed enough to don open-toed sandals (even if I wanted to I couldn't because of those blasted hyenas) and read up on the history of the train (they date from 1952) but still, I can see the appeal of the views and the comfort, the old-fashioned wooden bunks, ...

    Welcome to Zimbabwe!!

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Feb 23, 2013

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    Day 4: Polokwane to Musina Today was our 1st sleep in, waking at 7.00 am for an 8.15 am start. Our first stop was at the local shopping mall to replenish our stocks. Michael and I both had thong blow outs and Michael's sunglasses had snapped so we replaced all of these. We had a long, bumpy drive and eventually set up camp in Musina, in the camp ground well known for its natural hot water springs - Tshipise. They sound beautiful... they were not. The grounds had a pool ...

    Tourists versus travellers

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 29, 2012

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    Arising at 5am for our scheduled 5.30 morning tour, we zipped past herds of zebra and oryx, not wanting to be late. Unfortunately our guide didn't have quite the same idea, with further delays as we discovered the less-than-helpful park attendant the previous day had failed to issue us with indemnity papers. However, once underway in our impressive 4WD truck, the beautiful rock formations that characterise much of the Mapungubwe landscape made us forgive all transgressions. Our three ...

    An elephant in my garden

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 28, 2012

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    ... the area and left a rich and beautiful record of their time in the sandstone. Delicate paintings of giraffes, locusts and wildebeest, along with various human images, provided a glimpse of past lives. The informative signs gave valuable insight into the culture of these people. This experience also gave us the origin of the bush camp's name of Kaoxa - the god of all animals.

    Heading down to the baobab we found tables and chairs set up and ...