Monday, 02 January 2012

Day6 - Leg6 - Bots+Zim- Bar time

Saturday afternoon and most people found themselves chilling around the bar area, chatting, telling tall stories,  meeting people they had not already met and soaking up the 28 degree winter (in Zimbabwe) sunshine. We could all smell the wonderful aroma of the three Impala on the BBQ/Braai, which was being prepared by a chap who looked to me just like Eugene Terblanche. That was probably what the attraction was - the smell of the sizzling meat and the fact that we were all now getting hungry.
This is the daily blog from, in particular a short series on the Botswana and Zimbabwe - Giraffe Motorbike tour we attended during July 2011. Check out the original plans and route for the trip here.
More South and Southern African motor cycle tours on our list of tour route summaries are available, where we explore these sorts of motorcycle tour routes. Just choose one of our events and reserve yourself a place on one of the future motorcycle adventure safari events.
Everyone chilling

Playful banter by the bar staff

The main man who runs the Motel and Rally - Gary

Thea in the middle, Gary's wife chatting to some of the others

Loved the little skeleton slumped over the now rather old bike

Our chef preparing the Impala

Pan of the general area

Someone had a little fun and creativity at some point with a welding machine
Our Pilot mate and his lady from the Netherlands experiencing Africa on bikes

Chilling and chatting

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