Southern Africa 2008

Southern Africa 2008

Ala kulli hali...

Ever since I was a kid and saw that nature show featuring a chimp travelling the African savannah in a jeep, observing the wildlife, I've wanted to go there. And so, since I'm still a kid at heart but have slightly more money, the course is set for those African skies! The amazing nature, the rhythm and music and culture, the big five, the cradle of mankind and let's not forget the sipping of cool umbrella drinks in a hammock hanging from a palmtree by a tropical beach.
Africa, baby!

Gweru Antelope Park

ZimbabwePosted by Martin 2008-03-04 14:04

Well, let's just say that wlan and handy laptops are few and far between in Northern South Africa, and even moreso in Zimbabwe.

After passing Kruger National Park, where four of the big five were spotted (only lacking in the rhino department) as well as your garden variety African animals such as monkeys, hippos giraffes and heaps of antelopes, I am now in Zimbabwe, leading the good life of a multimillionaire.

Yep, I am currently in possession of about 100 million dollars. Zimdollars, that is...

After visiting the impressive ruins of Great Zimbabwe, we headed to Gweru Antelope Park, where interaction with the wildlife is on the agenda. Lion walks, elephant swimming, lion feeding and a chance to get up close and personal with herdes of zebra, wildebeest and, of course, antelopes while on horseback were some of the activities that where tried and forever relished.

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Posted by Lisa 2008-03-05 10:46

Spännande att följa dina äventyr!
Shine on...