Mbizi Game Park
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... around that could be very dangerous, but on this occasion there was no cause for alarm, we saw some Kudu, Giraffe, Zebras and Jackals, nothing a professional boxing record can't deal with.........we also had an armed guard just in case the right hook had lost any power....... We stayed the night in a Chalet at the park and woke nice and early for a guided game drive before catching a bus from the park, onwards to Bulawayo. The ...
... discussing music with her for two hours for the first time in my life, I made a new friend. She will be part of a group coming to to Germany in 2013 so if you get a chance, check them out. The night ended at 2.30 am in Peter's kitchen with more excellent cuisine by the chef of all chefs. Soldiers that we are, Peter and me got up the next morning for pickup basketball at the University of Zimbabwe. The court was in even worse condition, but it was still enough ...
... past a huge powerplant in the middle of town. Harare was busier and much more hectic than Bulawayo. It is much more sophiticated than anywhere else we have been: high rise buildings, people in full tweed suits and functioning pavements. Though when the power gets cut and the traffic lights go off it is absolute chaos. The power by the way goes off every tuesday, thursday and most weekends. When we were there it was off nearly all the time!
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... Having a long time in Harare with not that much to do, it was time to party. Our friends Caroline and Chris who had only been traveling with us for a short period of time, now had to leave earlier than expected due to our long time in Harare. So as they we leaving, we couldn't not have a party. So party we did, with fine wine, port and cheese. Throw in a bit of drinking crosswords, then drunken yoga, then our friend Lisa running screaming up the hallway, and that was ...
... a little and then went to sit in the car for a while. The girl whose house it was offered for him to rest in her spare room, which he did for a while, but then felt a little embarrassed so came back to the fun. We left quite early, at about 9, and although we had organised a lift back for Tim and Ash, they decided to come back with us. We will see all the family again tomorrow for ...
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