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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We were taken to the Lilongwe airport, did the routine, and boarded our flight in Lilongwe which was a combination domestic/international flight which made a short ½ stop in Blantyre an hour after departure to drop off the domestic passengers. It picked up a few other passengers and went on to Harare, Zimbabwe where we landed at 3:30. We paid the $ …
... too many of them
Everyone piled aboard and was looking at their photos and comparing them, we would be going off to lunch, BUT Alex was going into town and me and Laura would be going back to the campsite for our lunch
For me it was pretty good, I had seen rhinos before, but not this close up and could just snap away while they ...
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 ...
... booking it, until it came to me. (You must be made aware that we crossed the ZA border at around 23:30 so it's the middle of the night.) I make it to the immigration officer and he looks at my passport, confused for a minute then hands me a form to fill out then take to the chief immigration officer for visa processing. I knew I would have to get a visa at the border, what I didn't know is that it was going to cost $30 US. So I have to hunt around for a pen, end up going ...
... Dassie. We drove to one
of the old caves to see the San cave paintings but some clever person
in 1929 had decided that covering with linseed oil would preseve the
paintings, Instead nowadys you cannot make out anything. That said we
still managed to get caught up with 4 busloads of school children
being taken around the cave. We had to walk through the middle of
about 200 kids and said good afternoon time after time whilst MIke
stayed silent. We then returned to ...