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... not that I'm wanting it to fly by! As the coach pulled away leaving my family stood there waving, behind their sunglasses which were hiding the tears, it dawned on me. I'm off. I'm on my way to Asia. Alone. The excitement is slowly building and it's starting to feel real! This time tomorrow I'll be backpacking in the Middle East commencing this long awaited adventure! ...
... We took Shane's 22caliber rifle and the boys practised shooting a coke can. We got back at about 3 and said our goodbyes to Shane as he was off back to work.
Sarah and Kate drove us to Barrowdale in Harare where we had some super. While we were eating we saw President Mugabe drive passed.The first two police motorcycles came by with blue lights and sirens and all the cars ...
... made a big circle as the music got faster and they told William to go and dance in the middle with a couple of hundred people watching. He bravely did, and performed some hilarious dance followed by James who equally matched the dancing. In turn everyone in this large circle had to perform. After a few more drinks and then home to bed, Shane , Rob and the boys jumped in the pool with the boys fully dressed. Rob and Shane had some more beer. What an amazing ...
... the river and started graving on lawn. The Dining veranda was raised by about 15 foot so we could watch the Hippo safely. Martin the manager says it comes every night for a graze and is a lone hippo who has been separated from its pod.
We had to get up early the next day as we had the long drive back to Chinhoyi. (Shane and Kate's home), followed by our flight home the next day. We got to Chinhoyi at about half six. Had supper and then ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility