Motel 6 Woodland
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... we did what we always do to settle our nerves about the unknown - turned to the World Wide Web.
Just to clear up some misconceptions about Zimbabwe (some of which we also needed clarifying):
Zimbabwe is a country on the continent of Africa. It is located in the southern part of Africa, landlocked between Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, and Zambia, far from the equator. Thus, it is not extremely hot, humid, or tropical as some might ...
... and illness and other torturous, self-inflicted experiences.
The next day was Ben's interview, so after making a good breakfast to prepare him for the interview, he dropped me off at his grandparents. They were not in initially when I got there so I had to let myself in, and make myself at home. I felt a bit like an intruder. When they did get back they came with another elderly family member and it ...
... the apex of the island where the tea house still stands. A one mile walk from the road with your bags will see you to the sleeping quarters/hotel that was also built by the same lady. She wanted a particular look using rock and had constructed a european style house with conical style roofs where required. The picture at the lookout said the house was there, but I couldn't see it through the trees. Maybe I can find it when I look at the pictures when I get home. Back in the car, ...
... yogurt for snack. So we stopped by a yogurt shop at the food court. The yogurt was okay, but I must say that the quantity of toppings served was pathetic and disappointing.
Kit borrowed a GPS logger that tracks travel routes and to synch the data with our photos based on the cameras’ time records. It’ll be interesting to see the route map after our trip. Speaking about GPS, we plan to ...
... right next to it, and if I wasn't with a local, I probably would have gone with what's familiar. Luckily, that was not the case. Alburto's was quite an experience for fast food. First of all, the menu does you no favors. No pictures, not even a description of what's inside anything. I looked at the menu for a second, paused and looked at Tony and, with no shame for cliches, asked, "What's good here?"
"Get the California," he said
"What's in it?"
"I don't ...