In other travel-related news, the exchange rate on the street is now Z$2225 to US$1, which amounts to 22,250,000,000,000 to 1 under the old system. If my math skills are up to par, I think that's nearing 22 1/2 trillion to one. But, we just spoke with a Zimbabwean friend who has recently returned to Cape Town from a visit home, and he reports that Zim dollars have all but disappeared from the streets due to a lack of ink and paper to print more notes. So South African Rand and US Dollars are accepted most everywhere, with petrol coupons being the currency of choice. These days, 1 British Pound is worth 1.282 litres, and this is quickly becoming the "real" exchange rate.