April 1, 2012. Yesterday I went to see the ancient city of Great Zimbabwe. The ruins are one more astonishing proof of African high culture.
So far Zim has delivered what it promised to be: beautiful landscapes, open and friendly people proud of their country and striving to use its vast potential but also a rundown infrastructure with frequent powercuts and water shortages.
I’m now sitting on another minibus, waiting to go to Harare. Let’s see what the capital has to offer…
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