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... 8230; No one was as good at dreadlocks than Zimbabweans.
Martha, Dave, Sam, Zania and the rest of the team all went to Nyakudya primary school whilst I stayed and had my hair retouched. However, I did make sure that someone took my camera so I could get some images. When they came back we had a quick lunch and I drove a car full of people to Harare for various things. Only Dave (Martha’s husband) and I ...
... girls is running from Namibia to Mozambique, one of the guys
is cycling and the other two are their back up.All in the name of
charity of course, but we still think they are mad.
Tried phoning a couple of times and still no visa available.
Just been told the embassy has the stickers.they said to come in to-morrow.
... got the most exciting news - we were going to meet their baby elephant, Moyo, which in Shona means heart. He was so adorable! He came out with his handler and his good friend Josephine, a big scruffy dog. We made a semi- circle near him and he walked around in front of us. Meanwhile, Pickles the warthog stretched in front of some of us for a belly scratch and Josephine wrestled with Sophie, a little Jack Russell terrier. It was quite the mixed family.
... here and there carrying water to their homes because there was no running water or indoor plumbing at most of the homes. We would approach a gate or yard and call out "go go goi" which means "knock knock." Someone would shortly come out of the house or from the yard. Everyone was very gracious and accepted the invitation to the convention. We had several conversations, even sitting on the stoop of one elderly woman's home. Locadia spread out a cloth so we could sit down. The ...
... was extremely warm and helpful. Outside the airport, near the exit doors, there was a group of local brothers and sisters singing Kingdom songs/melodies in I believe one of the major languages of Zimbabwe, Shona. I posted a video of the last 30 seconds of one song. After enjoying the music, we boarded the bus and headed to our respective ...