Holiday Inn Bulawayo
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This hotel is good choice for business stay as well as for leisure trips.
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... less enthusiastic to see us though and kept sort of walking away. With safety twig in hand we followed these typically shy creatures until we were all able to shove a camera right up in its horn and really annoy them. After an extended session of animal bothering we went back to the campsite to find a party in full swing! It was a birthday party! For the owners 6 year old son. I'm sure to make his birthday party really special he would want some inebriated idiots jumping on ...
... guess what it was for. From here we went to look at the Central and
Eastern ruins. These are not so big but still show a lot of work.
Also in this area is a replica Shoshone village, lots of rondels some
with carved patterns and colours on the outside walls. It is a very
quiet place takes you into another world. In the afternoon we drove to a campsite in ...
... 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 ...
... with earlier in the week did not (surprise, surprise) help our cause...when we said (truthfully) however that we had not got enough dollars to pay the fine and would have to settle the fine on our return to Bulawayo, the visibly disgruntled 'boss' turned his back on us...this was apparently a sign that we could proceed without further delay..! Park entry...yet another hilarious example of miscommunication and utterly bizarre rules...see Mission Bambata ...
... hour or so for it to fill up and then had to endure endless Police road blocks! Man are they frustrating and so corrupt. Basically you cannot avoid road blocks in Zimbabwe, they will make up some silly reason why you should pay a fine, most of the time being complete rubbish, just an excuse to get money. The government is broke and as a result police officers don't get paid. Therefore the road blocks are a way to ensure they get paid! Good for ...