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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... to rent the bedding; but I thought I would be ok with my quilt and using my bag as a pillow, I did have some marginal success doing that, but everything was still wet so it wasn't as comfortable at the train up to Vic Falls. I woke up a few times, but generally slept through the night.
As I lay in the bunk I watched the stars, beautiful blankets of diamonds filling the night sky. It was very peaceful with the rhythmic motion of the steam train on the tracks. I longed ...
... queues. And the Afrikaner head immigration agent was being a total ******* to this young girl from Malawi. So we queue through ZA border and then we've legally left the Republic, so the bus proceeds across the border to Zimbabwe, BUT FIRST, we have to have an immigration check from SA police, which was a gigantic cluster ****. Afterwards we actually crossed the border. Which at night looked like I was entering a concentration camp or a POW camp, it was very depressing ...
... and were all alone except
for the cows ringing their bells.
Spent another day in
the park, rained for a little while that cooled things down a bit ,
but soon warmed up again. We drove around the game park and saw
monkeys,tree\squirrel, hippos, duickers, klipspringers, giraffe,
baboon, fish eagle, Kingfisher and rainbow lizard. We also visited
anothe cave which had some drawings that you could make out,
... The bargain of the trip I think! We said our goodbyes, took our goods and made our way back to camp, on the way seeing the boys AND our rhinos from the morning! Mum and baby walking alongside the main road, be careful! Camp had a lot better atmosphere compared to the night before which was good, especially after the magical day we had. The other truck had an even better sighting of some rhinos, only 3 metres away. At one point they had to through a small stick at one because it ...
... more than a little frustrated, we headed back to Big Cave Camp for lunch and a cool dip in the pool...
Discussing our failure with camp guides, Zeph and Shepherd, they smiled, admitting that they too had not found Bambata Cave the first time they'd set off on the same mission...they'd even managed to get stuck and needed towing out..! Apparently, there used to be an easy access point which ...