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Drove to the ruins that
the country is named after, that is Great Zimbabwe. This consists of
3 different phases of building a big village. It started with the
hill top buildings that were built in 1110. To get there it is a
narrow steep path with lots of defensive turns and around 600 steps.
Once you reach the top you get a fabulous view across the surrounding
countryside. The buildings themselves consist of one large outer wall
about 4 metres high. ...
For the last two days in Zimbabwe we headed to Masvingo with a German couple we met at Burkes. The bus journey took forever, as it stopped everywhere possible. 8 hours later and we arrived in Great Zimbabwe a UNESCO sight. We arrived just in time for sunset, we ran as fast as our legs would let us up the steep steps to the top of the hill complex, where the king lived many moons ago. We just caught the sunset and marvelled ...
Again camped miles out of town but this is a really nice place. They have hot water super clean toilets and generally clean.
I had a great night sleep last night so Im feeling good today, best night sleep Ive had since I been here. I had a productive day today working on a plan to get out of the last half of the tour. I just have to do the logistics and if I can make it work ang get to ...
Packing up for a 4 day trip to Baviaanskloof is very different to a 2 month trip , so believe me when I say it takes days of planning to stock up the freezer with precooked meals, load up the mobile pantry with provisions and a week to pack the 4x4 with equipment. During this volatile 'pack up' stage, I have to admit that not a bad or angry word was exchanged between us and we finally locked the front door of "Sanibel" two hours behind schedule on Thurs 22 ...
Arrive Bannockburn station in the early hours. Very small station in the middle of nowhere judging by the hour's drive along Zimbabwean strip roads to the main metalled road. Overhear one of the Canadians telling the train manager to put them on another mini-bus, "I don’t want to be near those two!" pointing to his fellow Canadian travelling companions. It’s My Little Warthog and wife. All is not well in the Canadian camp it seems.
Elderly Canadian ...