No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Berkeley Place Bulawayo
Travel Blogs from Bulawayo
... were all in a party mood, I had a conversation with one bloke, never had a clue what he was on about, so I just agreed with him he just jabbered on
As this was to be a night train we all had beds that folded down, bit like 3 tier bunk beds, there was bit of a kerfuffle about who was in what room and who had which bunk bed, some went to bed happy, some didn’t, I shared with Mark as I was the only one that can cope with him sawing logs all ...
... movies on the train. I didn't bring its' charger either, once it's dead; I'm done.
Let me ******* tell you, the trip up wasn't 12 hours, it was 16. I'm 875km from where I started in Jozi. It was both hellacious and wonderful. My back hurts and I feel gross; but other than that!
Firstly Lut and Santie from Agterplaas let me check-out of my room so I'm not being charged for the days I'm not there, which is wonderful. Another reason I love the staff ...
... that have loads of rainbow striped lizards.
The views you get from here are amazing. In the same are but lower is
the moument to 35 troops of the British South African Regiment who
were killed fighting 30,000 Ndbele warriors. It is a large square
tower with 4 big bronze carved plates. The plates are full size
sculptures of each os the men killed. The view from the top is
amazing with all the balancing rocks, no wonder it is called Worlds
View. Stayed at the camp ...
... the rhino horn is worth 100,000$ a kg. The annoying thing is, they could go down to their local nail salon, collect nail clippings, and have the same effect. The next annoying thing is, the rhinos horn could be cut off humanely, not hurting or harming the rhino, AND it will grow back. Ian's idea was to make the rhino horn trade legal. I know this doesn't sound right, but if things were put in place to provide the Chinese with this horn, humanely taking it from the rhino, it could ...
The earlier breakfast fuelled merriment and confidence we'd felt on entering Whoovi National Park was starting to ebb away and the level of agitation was on the increase...
Armed with an outdated map and some very vague directions from a smiling (we'd later find out, misinformed) park warden and buoyed by the enthusiasm of Zeph and Shepherd (the Big Cave Camp guides)...we'd set off on a mission to find ...