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... passt me wiht their baggage, only to be confronted and told to wait. It takes the lady official 20 minutes to process the paperwork, all whilst my co-travelers await there turn. As we complete the paperwork, we are told to all pass and exit the terminal. The crux of the situation was that the valuable items we took (30 mobile power banks) with a value of probably R 300 each was in the clothes bag that Abri had in his ...
trouble with the road tolls. The first one took a look inside and
said we were not a truck and so classed us as a bus and charged us 4
dollars. At the next the officer insisted that we should be a cargo
vehicle and that we had to buy coupons to cover the cost of the tolls
for the route we were taking. After lots of discussion with Mike it
was pointed out that we could not take freight, also if you ...
... tastier. Anyway, we have bug eating on our résumé now. After the two hour tour, we rejoined the rest of the delegates in a large room. We were treated to a choir of local Witnesses singing Kingdom songs - two in the Shona language and one in the Ndebele language. Then we were served a yummy lunch and dessert - all homemade by the branch kitchen staff. Back to the buses we were herded so we could head over to the assembly hall. By the time Derek and ...
... library and hospital and we have another 400 books as well as at least 200 videos to deliver at the beginning of next week. Though it is a huge job it is also a very satisfying one when you see the clear library. As well as working I have also been fortunate to have a few days in Harare with Kathryn. We weren't able to go up to the falls and so we went and stayed at her parents house and spent the time doing some shopping for Hilary and Rob before heading home for a ...
... person in the family as she lives in the UK and comes back regularly. However, this is not always true. She pays for the majority of the family's expenses and always supports every member of the huge family. She bought all of Gogo Rosies shopping and medication.
One thing that touched me was when Tafadzwa (Martha’s son) explained that all year they eat whatever they can. When Martha comes back to Zimbabwe they eat properly and get good food. I know Martha feels ...