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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... of organization. Our driver navigated through crowds of people with the help of the brothers serving as parking attendants. We parked alongside the fleet of buses already stationed in the lot, disembarked, and made our way to the stadium.
The Zimbabwe International Stadium is massive. It holds 65,000 people, it is an open air facility, and it is made up of cement steps and cement seating (sounds comfy doesn't it). It is used for all types of ...
... amazed by the huge group of brothers and sisters who were greeting us with beautiful songs. It brought tears to our eyes (yes, even mine) as we stepped off the bus to this warm and loving welcome. Then the singers broke up into two groups, adults and children, and each sung a couple Kingdom melodies. They all did so with perfect harmony, just like the groups at our dinner the previous night. I later learned they had all been practicing since last September! It was clear they ...
... of Westwood. So far we've met friends from Brazil, Germany, Zambia, Zimbabwe of course, Washington, Florida, and Indiana. Upon arrival in Harare at the airport, we were greeted by the friends of the Welcoming Group, part of the Protocol office of the branch office in Harare. They helped us register, get oriented and made us feel welcome in ...
... at our legs and thorns ripping up out feet. To get a better view, Andy is going to climb a kopje- one of the giant islands of rock that tower over the sea of grass. Andy says that we can accompany him if we want, leaping up the rock face like a mountain goat (admittedly a mountain goat that looks like evil Santa). I'm about half way up the mountain when it occurs to me that I'm a public servant from the Inner West whose only physical ability is applying ...
... gratitude of what I have done over the last three weeks. I got quite emotional as you develop a link with these people. It’s natural to have worries and feel attached to these people. You spend every moment of your time with them. I got upset as I know that I have stability in my life. I can afford to fly to Zim and fly back. I have a bed waiting for me, my own toilet and I can afford almost whatever food I like. These mothers and children have none of ...