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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The sun was finally warm and I opened up the cabin to the morning, welcoming the glowing warmth of the sun. I made a little video then my phone died so I started listening to an audiobook on my iPad, "The Vampire Armand" by Anne Rice. A book I had loved as a teenager, but one that I hadn't read in years. I always loved her style of writing, the metaphor is so rich. I basically stopped trying to think about everything and just relaxed. The train actually ended ...
... the bus to fill out the form. I come back and hand over the money, seems like a reasonable thing to do. WHAT I NEGLECTED TO ASK before this transaction began was what type of visa they were giving me. I got a SINGLE ENTRY visa, I needed a Double or Multiple entry as I was planning to go to Livingstone on the Zambia side of the Falls. You may remember that I got the Yellow Fever vaccine specifically for that reason. WELL when I realized it was a single entry, I asked if I ...
... 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 ...
... chance the legalisation of de-horning comes into play, it won't happen for another 5 years, and by then all rhinos would be extinct. I don't know enough about it, and I have probably got some of my facts wrong, but it is obvious how quickly the rhinos are leaving us and something needs to be done. My step towards helping is to try find out New Zealand and England's representative for Cities, the organisation in which decides the fate of these animals. I will email them on my views. Save the ...
... 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 ...