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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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... over from stallholders grilling butterflied chicken, the audience begins to bop in time with the skank guitar, and I see faces young, old, white and black, close their eyes and pucker their lips as they sway to the groove. The band's hirsute frontman, known as Chris 'the Prophet' due to his resemblance to Jesus, introduces a talented young guest saxophonist to his left, Vee Mukarati, already stealing the show with his jazzy notes. There is a quality to ...
... to take that long to complete my whole head. Nevertheless I had to stay and wait. As this trips main project is the tree planting, as a charity we had vowed to visit at least two schools and provide them with a few trees. Accompanied by an assembly on the importance of water, trees and global warming. I would have loved to go to this assembly in the local school, however my hair took priority this time. I knew back in the UK, ...
... over 74,000. I believe some 2,000 were baptized. It was very hot and sometimes windy so I was very glad I brought a hat and sunglasses. After the program we chilled for a bit then went out to eat at a Brazilian and Portuguese restaurant. The chicken and spring rolls were quite delicious. I'm a bit tired now so I'm going to get ready for bed and be set for the last day of convention ...
Today we were scheduled to go in the ministry with a local congregation. We had to be on the bus by 7:45 AM. They were taking a group of us to Budiriro Congregation on the outskirts of Harare.
After breakfast we boarded our bus. It was full, so there were at least 75 in our group. We started out for Budiriro. Along the way, the local brother and his wife who were our group leaders, Washington and Margaret, talked about different points of interest. One monolith that stuck ...
... We received big hugs and giant smiles from our hosts. We checked in with the delegate registration, collected our luggage, and hopped on a bus taking the Witnesses to their various hotels.
A group of us checked in at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. From the list of hotels provided by the branch, we chose the Crowne Plaza because it's right next to a park. A park has trees and trees have birds. Shocking, I know.
More local brothers and sisters were at our hotel ...