Around 9 we left for the Bvumba Mountains and drove on the scenic road that goes into the Burma Valley. This promptly reminded me of Midnight Oil's song “Mountains of Burma”. We got quite far until we reached the Essex road where the potholes got worse and where suddenly, the tar disappeared and there was only a dirt road left. The state of the road was slippery in the light drizzle and it went quite some way down. We decided it wasn't worse to go and stick the car somewhere into a hole where there is no mobile reception. So we turned back and drove all the way back to the junction to the road that leads to the National Park. There we went up that road and followed it until we reached Tony's Coffee House.
|Finish the pic, I want to get to that CAAAKE!|
|The whiskey chocolate solid cake|
|Beer and police, the best combination :)|
ZRP: Zimbabwe Republic Police
We bought some meat, vegetables and beers and went back to the guesthouse where we had our beers and prepared another fine meal.
|Map of the aera (red: bad state; green: good or ok)|