Here is another picture of stairs at the Ruins of Great Zimbabwe

Here is another picture of stairs at the Ruins of Great Zimbabwe. Where it all began for Kevia as a designer; I studied and began designing in Zimbabwe in

I think every Zimbabwean has this photo! A well deserved stop too - to drink an ice cold cherry plum or cream soda :)

never knew where it was in relation to anywhere else in seeing this sign i knew.note the cold beer direction.

The original strip road from Bulawayo to Vic Falls.

The original strip road from Bulawayo to Vic Falls.I traveled this very road many times. It was super hazardous. when a car approached from the front you had to put one wheel off the tar onto the dirt.

Flame Lily: national flower of Rhodesia

Flame Lily: national flower of Rhodesia (Gloriosa Superba)

The Final Resting Place of Cecil John Rhodes by Mark Abel, via Flickr

The Final Resting Place of Cecil John Rhodes in the Motop(b)os Hills, Southern Rhodesia/Zimbabwe

Chinhoyi Caves Zimbabwe

Sinoia caves, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) I remember the blue deep water.

Jameson Avenue, Salisbury, Rhodesia  20 August 1970

Jameson Avenue with Pearl Assurance Building, Salisbury, Rhodesia August 1970 - You could climb into that pearl - I worked there for Rio Tinto Emerald Division.

balancing rocks, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)

Balancing Rocks, Rhodesia - (the school that my sons went to had Balancing Rocks as their emblem as the school was nearby in Hatfield, Salisbury.) This had to be Widdecombe Primary School which I also attended.

Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe), 20 August 1970 by allhails, via Flickr

Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe), 20 August 1970 - here I would sit among the flower sellers waiting for my husband to pick me up after work.

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