Berkeley Place

Address: 71 Josiah Tongogara St, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe | Inn
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      Travel Blogs from Bulawayo

      Day 89: fiddly winks

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 31, 2014

      Andy: of course all the men on this trip want to play sports against each other. Of course the harder and tougher the game the better. But they weren't ready. You can never be ready. Not for tiddlywinks. As the arena was set you could feel the nerves. This is the pinnacle of Real Man sports and as the winks were lined up and the tiddly readied you could tell that this was a gladiatorial combat the likes of which could never be repeated. Even if we all escaped without a life ...

      Walking with dinosaurs

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

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      ... 55357;� and the black and white rhino. ---> on the way we stopped at Ian's house to pick up some bushman malaria medication for one of our fellow travellers who wasn't feeling too well. Ian told us that he brought his house (which was very nice) for 45,000 $USD before the big economic crash. It wasn't long and we were in rhino territory. Ian made us climb up a big rock to get a better view of the surrounding park and to hopefully spot the whereabouts of these rhinos. ...

      Was it the hamburglar...?

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Sep 10, 2014

      ... get to say goodbye to my new friend Moya (the mongoose), so not only was I upset about that, I was sad that we were leaving this memorable place. The feedback forms I filled in showed how much I enjoyed it here. Thank god for the short ride from Antelope Park to Bulawayo. It would begin to wean ourselves back into the long drives ahead. After 2 and half hours we arrived in JB's home town of Bulawayo. Finally we got to visit ...

      Mission Bambata...

      A travel blog entry by blueskyunltd on Aug 21, 2014

      ... Caves... Around the fire pit that evening, manager, Lin and Zeph announced that they'd come up with a plan...Zeph was going to guide us to the cave...he insisted we MUST see it..! Evie declined the invitation, preferring to stay at the pool with a new friend (Tate)...the rest of us set off at speed...destination Bambata Caves... It was EXACTLY where we predicted..! Off the Nyati Loop, ignoring the 'No Entry' sign, down a relatively unused track...coming to a ...

      Malawi to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 08, 2014

      15 photos

      ... south we've come the more prosperous it appears, will be interesting to see if that continues. Pretty cool campsite Tuesday night, zebras and impalas on the driveway as we came in. Wednesday - we crossed into Zimbabwe wednesday morning, headed to Harare. Zimbabwe interesting- at one point it was very prosperous, second only to South Africa as the richest place on the continent. When it gained independence in 1980 (very late compared to other African ...