Recently I travelled to Zimbabwe for my younger brothers wedding. I packed lightly and packed 3 books to read as I was expecting a quiet and relaxing time, with not much to do but read, boy was I wrong.
Arriving in Bulawayo, I soon realised that this trip would be life changing, the people, the culture and the wildlife were literally right there waiting for me, so without hesitation I had to get out my camera and explore.
The first day began by meeting the new family members and trying to adjust to the time difference. By that afternoon the fun had really started , I was off to visit some attractions and start the trip.
I will not however bore you with the graphic details about my day to day doings, but will share a couple of the more memorable things I saw whilst in Zimbabwe.
I was privileged to see all the great things that Zimbabwe has to offer and look forward to heading back shortly for some more expeditions.
From all of the reports that I had read before leaving, which none were great, I am glad to let you know that Zimbabwe was a safe, friendly and an amazing place to visit.
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/zimbabwe has some great tips and advice.