This is a special group, part of the group Paul preached to, and people who became dear to us as we stayed. Dezy, the man who was the fastest sprinter in Rhodesia, is the man on the left.
When we said our goodbyes to them, we went to Masvingo, to the Great Zimbabwe, as it's called. There are extensive ruins there you can hike around in, and cliff dwellings you can climb up inside. It was very fun.
You have to watch out for falling rocks! These ruins are not stuck together with cement or anything, just rocks balanced on each other.
My Dad always likes pictures of signs and maps, so like father like daughter. This gives a glimpse of how extensive these ruins are. It was supposed to house 2500 people in the 1400's so it's not small. This is the second largest ruins in Africa, second only to the pyramids, which was why I thought it important we take the kids to see it.