African Sun Amber Hotel Mutare
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... man of short stature greeted us with a broad grin. Binoculars hanging from his neck, Bulawayze exchanged quick introductions with us and then immediately pointed out a pair of Cardinal woodpeckers nesting in a leafless tree nearby. After studying this new addition to our life list, our ears were directed to a lovely descending trill high above us in the trees. Bulawayze had picked up the call of an Olive Bush-Shrike, a bird splashed with orange and green with a ...
... to see if we were missing out on
anything...we weren't! However, it was quite amusing cycling past
Mugabe's residence. There were armed guards on the street corner at
both ends and security cameras were lining the perimeter! There were
signs saying no stopping and no taking of photographs, there was even
a point where we had to stop to cross the road due to traffic and the
guards ushered us to cross the road at a different point!! Might
Mugabe be a bit ...
... using imprints. Taking a copy sheet from the bank, I used the inked paper to press my pen on. Underneath would leave the imprint of the ink. It looks amazing! Whilst in my own little world I explored the park, I’m so glad I did. I came across the botanical gardens, usually you think ' botanical gardens’ What a boring, waste of time. However I was shocked when I saw the huge lakes and streams surrounded by flowers. I could have sat there and drawn all day, it was ...
... set off, From Nyanga our next destination was Vumba National Park about 3 hours away. Situated North East of the country near the Mozambique border. About midday we stopped in the third biggest city in Zimbabwe; Mutare. When driving down to the city it was in the centre of the mountains. It was so picturesque. From third street you had the mountains in the backgrounds, palm trees on the sides of the roads and it was boiling hot! I really like ...
... a position as Prime Minister, albeit with very limited decision making power. From the border to Victoria Falls we got a taxi. We shared it with a rather talkative French guy who pushed the driver quite a bit about Zimbabwean history. Thankfully the driver was relatively ok with this, but clearly indicated that some issues where not up for discussion (anything to do with Mugabe was not allowed) and advised us, for our own safety, not to discuss political issues with Zimbabweans. ...