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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I spent 2 weeks here while working in Harare. Peace for surroundings with welcoming staff
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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 ...
... bus she was riding in had a head on collision. She had a nasty gash on her forehead, and stitches on several other surface wounds from the quick visit to the hospital. Her computer bag with her documents had been stolen, and although she had some money it was not enough, and her smashed cell phone left her out of contact with anyone.
It was too late for her to wire home for money, so Michelle talked to ...
... Lloyd, invited Derek and I over to see the cotton-eared marmosets. Then he asked if we wanted to "hold" them. Sure! We didn't really hold them. Instead, we were invited one at a time to enter their pen so they could sit on us and climb all over us. It was a fabulous experience. The photos will probably show that we were a little nervous. But when these little creatures spring onto you from every direction, it can be a little unnerving. ...
... stations due to the many birds fluttering in the trees and flying overhead.
One station was titled "Traditional African Food." This is where some brothers showed us some of the grains and fruits enjoyed by many Zimbabweans. Oh, and did I forget to mention, they showed us the edible insects too. Yes I said insects. We were invited to try these odd delicacies. I tried the former two treats, but the latter was a little putting off. I mean, how many people ...
... means that they track the animals on foot (not in vehicles) and you need to be close enough to look it in the eye when you shoot it. I can almost appreciate the primal element, particularly given that many hunters will say a prayer of thanks and will drink to the animal. "Then there's another type," he says, specifying a nationality which is redacted for the purpose of political correctness "They just shoot indiscriminately because they get off on death- ...