I crossed back into Zimbabwe to see the city of Harare and to visit my friend I meet in Cape Town, Marianne.
By the time I got to Harare my left arm was in more pain again. It was to the point where I couldn't lift the arm to close the visor on the helmet. Marianne suggested I better have the arm looked at. So I when to a local walk in clinic to see a doctor. After reviewing the arm and the movement he had me go down to a imaging center to have some images (ultra sound) made. The good new was that nothing was torn or broken, I did have some minor swelling and an irritated muscle. Not sure how it happen but it could be a result of a lot of the pounding from the gravel roads. I was given some heavy duty meds to relax the muscle and help with the pain. All this medical work had a cost of $130.!!
Marianne also introduced me some very close friends of her, Judy and Gordon who invited me for dinner.
I had a great time Judy and Gordon trading stories over dinner.