This is the only hill taller than the one on which Nalatale is built.
Take a look at this view…
Nalatale Ruins are in Shangani. I hadn’t been before and couldn’t really understand why they were built there – until I slogged up that hill…I could see for miles and miles.
Both images, below and above are (sort of) looking southBelow is a picture of one of the walls, side on –
The main wall – its been restored at some point
The wall has fallen down in some places, this one, opposite the main wall. I’m told it’s going to be restored soon.
I couldn’t resist taking these flowers – I wondered if the people who occupied these ruins all those years ago also appreciated them.
This view again – I’m not going to say in which direction this is facing – I’m bound to be wrong! Sort of east, I’m guessing!
Close up, you can see the extensive restoration work done on this wall and its good, only the patterns are a bit inconsistent. The colours have also not faded the same! There was a strange tree up there – Ill make a separate post for that one…