Pedaling Around Expat Expectations in Zimbabwe

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Vehicles with drivers seeking an early start to the weekend jammed the intersection. I gingerly approached the mayhem, weaved through traffic and took a sharp, two-wheeled left onto the sidewalk. I left the bottleneck behind; however, I still can’t steer clear of criticism for not owning a car in Zimbabwe, an apparent affront to the […]

Heard Of Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba? Probably Not, But That May Change Soon

Thursday, July 26, 2012

When you think hydroelectric dam build in the 1950’s by an Italian company in Zimbabwe, you probably don’t think environmental wonderland in Southern Africa, but this may change soon. Lake Kariba, located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, is experiencing a resurgence of sorts. As the economic and political situation in Zimbabwe improves, more […]

Zimbabwe Getting Back On The Map

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The political unrest that dictated Zimbabwe of late doesn’t seem to be affecting the number of people heading there; more than doubling the amount from last year (I should note Wanderlust mentioned this stat was unconfirmed). With the adoption of the U.S. dollar making currency scams less likely, and the rumors of the political scene […]

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