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  • Hope? I started smoking cigs at 14. BRO. I've smoked weed at 14. BRO. I've dipped tabacco. BRO. I've lied about my entire relationship. BRO. That's not even the start. Posted by summerlove0903 in Goodnight, moon. | Aug 4, 2011
  • -_-SO.........Makay used to text me everyday.... all the time. Telling me about her day, saying that she loves me........ Now, she'll only text me if I text HER first. Which hurts. Pretty bad. Because what she doesn't realize? She's the Posted by summerlove0903 in Goodnight, moon. | Aug 4, 2011
  • Welll. Hai guys.... So this is my start. Here i go. I am going to try REALLY hard to do this every day. Because i want more then anything to have something like this with me forever. Because, its not like Posted by summerlove0903 in Goodnight, moon. | Aug 4, 2011
  • 2 Days, 3 Countries: Malawi - Mozambique - ZimbabweGreetings from Zimbabwe! If you’re lucky, this could be a shorter than usual chapter, as I have had a somewhat lazy week. Chitimba was a nice place to stay, we were there for 2 nights but it was a bit Posted by neerg_08 in It's time for Africa | Jul 19, 2011
  • ZimbabweOur first stop in Zimbabwe was Victoria Falls. The Vic Falls township, on the Zim side, was clearly once a thriving tourist destination but these days, since the economy plummeted, is a bit of a ghost town. The people here Posted by AlTiffany2 in Alex's Round the World Gap Year | Jun 8, 2011
  • Of donkeys, ripped luggages and glorious African moments"We think we control this place, but this place controls us" - Kuki Gallmann, I Dreamed of Africa I staggered from sleeplessness squinting into a chilly, dark Nairobi skyline. Eyes-wide-shut. But a different kind of excitement was brewing inside me. Fi Posted by LaguardiaC in Travel Twists | Jun 24, 2011
  • IMIRE SAFARI RANCH, ZIMBABWE (south central africa) On June 29, 2010 I arrived in Zimbabwe, and was picked up at the airport and driven to Imire Safari Ranch, 105 km east of Harare to work as a volunteer for several weeks. Posted by BHANTU in TRAVEL, WILDLIFE, AND RIDING | May 20, 2011
  • The Lion WalkAll things going to plan (ie. my bag turning up), today would be my last full day in Livingstone so I woke up determined to make the most of it. I’d seen the falls (up close and from afar), explored Posted by VincitVeritas in My African Odyssey | Apr 6, 2011
  • Victoria FallsVic Falls is the adrenaline capital of the world and home to the famous falls. I've had two full days two see the falls and do some of the many activities offered. I went to see the falls yesterday, I Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 30, 2011
  • Week 3The last week at Antelope Park didn't start out too godd, the meat prep was just as dreadfull as I had feared. I was feeling sick the whole day, both before and after. The cold room is a refrigirated container, Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 30, 2011
  • Week 2I can't believe it's been two weeks already, time certainly flies by when you are having fun. It's funny how shovelling shit actually turns into fun when there is a bunch of big lions just a fence away. There has Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 21, 2011
  • Week 1Almost a week has passed by and it's been packed with activity. Usually the day starts with a Lion Walk, either with the MKs, or the 2Bs. The MKs are four 15 months old lion cubs, three females and one Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 12, 2011
  • ArrivalAfter a long overnight flight from London to Johannesburg and a short one from Johannesburg to Bulawayo I could finally set foot on African soil for the first time in my life. Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe after Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 12, 2011
  • Truck Trip Week 3Wednesday Our longest drive of the trip was from the Okavango Delta to Kasane (just over 600km mainly on tarmac roads, fortunately!) Driving in Botswana involves negotiating herds of goats, cattle and countless donkeys which graze by the roadside Posted by Tinktravel in Nick and Claire's African Adventure | Mar 6, 2011
  • The Bug has BitI have been having so much fun creating my blog of my journey in Europe that I thought "why not try and recreate the many wondrous journeys you have had Lee?" So that is what this blog is about. Posted by Gypsy Lee in Here, There & Everywhere | Jan 27, 2011
  • Malawi, Zambia, ZimbabweSo we left Zanzibar behind amidst post-election tension and demonstrations and went back to the mainland for another day on the beach near Dar Es Salam. The next couple of days were spent on the road to Malawi, with Posted by Sydnico in Sydnee and Nico | Nov 28, 2010
  • Day 5 Victoria FallsWalking tour along Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls this morning. Fairly easy walk of about 2.5 kilometres on pretty flat terrain. Some 72 steps at Devil's cataract. Falls are quite amazing geographically. The river above is wide (about 1.7Km) and Posted by grobarry in Robert and Garry at the World Cup | Jun 16, 2010
  • A Few Days in Zimbabwe Thanks to an early night last night, we’re up bright and early. It must be the excitement (!?) of jumping into the Zambezi gorge this morning on a piece of rope, with a 70 Posted by dawniecoz in Bob in Africa | May 17, 2010
  • Giving Farm Workers a VoiceCross posted from Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet (http://blogs.worldwatch.org/nourishingtheplanet/giving-farm-workers-a-voice/). [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/260240/daniwithagunion.jpg caption=Gertrude and Danie Posted by BorderJump in BorderJumpers | Apr 26, 2010
  • VICTORIA FALLS , ZIMBABWE...Nov 22- Dec 24, 2003What a way to wind up a terrific year. We spent two days in Athens, boarded our ship and had stops in Santorini, Valleta, La Goulette, Gibraltar, Casablanca, Agadir, Dakar, Tema Ghana, Lome Togo, Walvis Bay, Luderitz and Posted by douglasw in Around the World | Nov 22, 2003
  • On matters of Sewage ManagementSadly, i was rapidly running out of time and could only spare a few days in Zimbabwe. And in that time and without transport, it was pretty much impossible to visit either of the 2 places I really wanted to: Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Dec 7, 2009
  • 2 Coffee's? That will be 24,000,000,000, please, Sir There are stories – and true stories at that – of people going into shops to buy something. Whilst waiting to pay, the shop assistant had a phone call to be told that the currency had changed again, and that Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Dec 7, 2009
  • Welcome to culture shock, Colonial style[i]With apologies for the delay in updates, there will be a couple now-ish and then probably none for 6weeks or so, when you will get lots and lots in a short time frame. I have no regular intenet access, and Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Nov 1, 2009
  • Approaching 1995We took to taking the car to France in July and our trips included the Eastern Pyrenees, Alsace, Normandy, Brittany, Languedoc and Doubs. That sounds a lot but just glance at a map of France and it will be apparent Posted by davidx in Mainly post-1995 travels | Oct 16, 2009
  • Zimbabwe, such a frustrating place.Zimbabwe, we all know whats going on there eh? Wrong!!! I arrived a couple of weeks after Morgan Tsvangirai had been involved in a car crash in which his wife was killed and thought that I was going to a country Posted by RTW Ross in Round the World....How hard can it be?!? | Mar 27, 2009
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