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TravelPod Member ReviewsBronte Hotel Harare
I spent 2 weeks here while working in Harare. Peace for surroundings with welcoming staff
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... effort from every volunteer as we all bring something different to Zimbabwe.
This morning Steve, Cleto and I all started tree planting. However, I must say that Cleto is the driving force behind the tree project. Whenever I see him he is always asking "Danny, have you planted your trees", “When will the rest of the team plant theirs”. Already we have planted over 100 Acacia trees around the boundaries of ...
... figures to see the impact this convention has had in this part of the world. No doubt it will be substantial.
When we returned to our hotel we met up with some friends from Colorado, Rebekah and John. We decided to get a taxi and go to a restaurant down the road. It's a Portuguese restaurant called Coimbra that was known for its peri peri chicken. When we arrived, it was packed with locals and delegates. We didn't know if we'd get a table. Then the ...
... us over to our plane and as we got on, I could see that the Witnesses were the majority on this flight - wow! Derek and I sat next to a brother, Randy, from Naples, Florida. We chatted with him for the duration and shared stories about ourselves and our backgrounds.
When we arrived at about 2:00 PM local time, we went through customs and right behind customs, the Zimbabwe brothers and sisters were there to greet us. A big sign hung above our heads welcoming the ...
... slower, but there were no cops and we avoided a potential 1-2 hour jam in maputo. All this meant it took about 8 hours to get the 580km to the border. The border itself was not too much of a hassle, just a few queues and grumpy officials, and we made our way then to Nelspruit by nightfall. The last leg was going excellently until we hit a stop/go for road works. 1 hour later we made our way through to see a 10km line the other way, so counted ourselves lucky. ...
... and almost prehistoric, with thick dusty skin like dried leather. We track the rhinos for about an hour, stopping when they become visibly sick of being harassed. Back at the jeep, the obvious subject of poaching is brought up. It's obvious for two reasons. First, because the rhinos in this particular park have had their horns removed with chainsaws as a preventative measure. I'm assured that because the horns are made of keratin, this is about as painful ...