Berkeley Place

Address: 71 Josiah Tongogara St, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 71 Josiah Tongogara St, Bulawayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bulawayo

    Old paths and old trains

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 23, 2015

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    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 ...

    Milky Way and Immigration

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 20, 2015

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    ... the bus to fill out the form. I come back and hand over the money, seems like a reasonable thing to do. WHAT I NEGLECTED TO ASK before this transaction began was what type of visa they were giving me. I got a SINGLE ENTRY visa, I needed a Double or Multiple entry as I was planning to go to Livingstone on the Zambia side of the Falls. You may remember that I got the Yellow Fever vaccine specifically for that reason. WELL when I realized it was a single entry, I asked if I ...

    Into town

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Oct 14, 2014

    Went for a stroll around. You would never beleave it, it
    is actually twinned with the town of Aberdeen! There are lots of of
    old Colonial Buildings and very wide streets lined with the purple
    flowering Jacaranda trees. The people in the town as elsewhere are
    all extremely friendly. The campsite is also filled with lots of
    flowers and trees in all shades of lilac and purple.


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    Walking with dinosaurs

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Sep 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... The amount of money that could be made selling the horn to the Chinese could go towards rhino conservation, also money for the government and local communities. Isn't it worth a try? The only problem is, other countries (including New Zealand and England) are getting involved, and when push came to shove on what to do about the decline in rhinos, Ian's vote was nothing compared to the people voting against his idea. The next meeting isn't for around another 4 years, by that stage, ...

    Mission Bambata...

    A travel blog entry by blueskyunltd on Aug 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... our left and the base rock to the right...emerging from the woods, we saw a green arrow pointing on...up, over the 'whaleback', following more green arrows painted on the granite, we came to an unlocked gate behind which was...Bambata Cave...it didn't disappoint... and neither did the view when we urged Zeph to scramble with us up above the cave entrance to the 'summit'...our 'view of the world'...a ...