Posts Tagged "Zimbabwe"


A Trip to a Zimbabwean Hospital

A Trip to a Zimbabwean Hospital


Posted By Rylei on Sep 19, 2016

Last updated: 03/10/17I’ve been to clinics a couple of times on this trip: for my broken ribs in Ecuador and my split scalp in Brazil to name a few. The experiences there were more or less typical to the American experience and nothing out of the ordinary. My experience in Zimbabwe ended up being a little bit different (to read more about why I ended up in said hospital for a knee issue, read my previous post about riverboarding...

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Last updated: 03/10/17Before I went to sign up for white water rafting in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe I had never heard of riverboarding (or hydrospeed as it is known as in Europe), but once we learned we could combine it with rafting, we were sold. Riverboarding is similar to white water rafting except with one key difference: you get out of the raft and give it a go on a tiny boogie board. Sounds like a perfect thing to try out in...

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Last updated: 03/10/17I am one of the pickiest eaters I know. In fact, I am the pickiest. I lost over ten pounds in the first month of travel alone because I was afraid to eat the food everywhere. With that in mind, my friends were hesitant to suggest going to the interactive dining experience in Victoria Falls, the Boma Restaurant. They needn’t have worried, because if there’s anything I will eat, it’s meat. And...

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Last updated: 03/10/17After my first disappointing safari in South Africa, I was ready to get to the reasons I went to Africa in the first place: adventure activities and experiencing the culture. While the southern region of Africa (South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe, with the exception of Lesotho) are incredibly touristy, they are action-packed. Zimbabwe in particular has just about every adrenaline-packed, heartbeat-racing...

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