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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmall World Backpackers Lodge Harare
Nice location, basic accommodation. The room opens straight in to the main eating/lounging area so is a bit noisier than hoped. Reasonable price for Harare, and feels safe/secure.
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... numbers of volunteers but also the decreased workload that we have. Last year was just too much to achieve in such a short amount of space.
As the guys continued with the tree planting, I focused on photographing our progress and taking some videos of our beneficiaries within Zimbabwe. As I have mentioned in my previous blogs, the centre has changed so much this year. Suddenly things are taking shape. Knowing that I have only been a ...
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We arrived at Wild is Life and were greeted by Angela, our guide, and Pickles the warthog. Pickles runs free around the place and acts more like a dog than a pig. She loves attention and will lay on her side so you can scratch her belly. What a welcoming committee!
Our group was then led over to a large grassy ...
... someone new at the door who had not received the invitation to the convention.
Next the missionary brother unveiled a poster with four Shona words on them. We were told their meanings (how are you, I'm fine, my name is, and thank you) and were encouraged to use them in the ministry. He said the local people would really enjoy that. However, most speak English since that is the language they are taught in school, so we didn't have to worry about communication issues.
... done most of the packing the night before. But we gathered up our food items, sorted out what to give back to Kathy and then went up for lunch. Toasted cheese sandwiches with avocado (for me). Toasted cheese with meat (for Luke & Erick). And the goodbyes begin.
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