Wednesday, June 12, 2013

A Return to the Eastern Highlands

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Recently I returned to the lovely Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe.
Wouldn't you just love to have this view?

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While (re)visiting the cozy Frog and Fern Cottages, we hiked into Chimanimani once again.

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The Chimanimani Mountains are just so stunning and form part of the boundary between Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

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We may have paused in our beautiful hike to freak out at THIS exact point. 
Um, seriously, a tarantula crossing the path? Holy moly, freak out!

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Here's another shot of the guy. Definitely do not like spiders, definitely do not like large, dangerous, hairy ones...

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We hiked up toward Bridal Veil Falls and the scenery was just so lovely.

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Reaching the falls area.

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Sneak peek of the next post: the Bridal Veils Falls!

1 comment:

  1. I love seeing those green trees and nice lodging houses. I wonder why they are called fern houses?

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