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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... Tau said. I totally agreed, when all trustees, volunteers, friends and family are in the same confined compound it is hard work. However, when I am out with Tau I feel free. It is a very welcomed, comforting feeling. Two days ago I drove around Harare with Taurai and Tafadzwa and we searched for a few things that the centre needed, comparing hardware prices.
Later on this evening Gogo Rosie (Our founders mom) invited us all around for a ...
... and one bubble gum instead. We then drove
to a camp at a Baptist Church accommodation area.
Drove around to find the Ethiopian embassy, got there in the end to be told they would
only issue to people resident in Zimbabwe. No amount of discussion
would get them to change their mind so we drove back to the camp.
Went on line and found that we now need to get a visa for ...
... Moyo was finished parading in front of us and investigating these strangers, he walked over to a nearby tree and rested his forehead up against the trunk. This was the sign he was tired, so it was time for us to move on. We headed over to one of the lion enclosures where we were up close with some male lions. The alpha, Bones, snarled a little at the younger male over some meat they were being fed. Angela explained that they don't fight like males ...
... which were many).
Locadia is originally from Mutare in the east, close to the border shared with Mozambique. She is married with a set of twin daughters. She is Shona and speaks both Shona and English. She revealed to me later that because her English is limited she was nervous about this day when she would be my partner. Of course, I felt she spoke English very well and I told her so.
We arrived at the territory and our street looked more like an alleyway. People ...
... out croppings of rock, followed by more typical African savannah. So we are now in Harare. Our accommodation is in a nice suburb with lots of big old buildings, and tree lined boulevards. Things have obviously not been maintained as well as they once were, but it seems to be a functioning city, no different to any other African city I have been in, and nicer than Maputo. There is the ubiquitous red earth, vivid green of the trees, crazy taxi drivers, pot holed ...