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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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... approximately a year and a half, so much has been accomplished. Apart from the huge agricultural developments, two traditional, African style huts have been built. These are huge inside and provide more of a base for people who stay within the community centre.
I was so shocked on arrival as I know how much work had to go into these to get them ready for usage. Just after lunch, I took a drive to the shop with Taurai. "Its good to get some ...
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 ...
... us, direct us, and give us goody bags with presents. Included in the gifts is a pillow decorated with African animals. We learned they were for the purpose of cushioning our bums for three days sitting on the cement seats of the national stadium for the convention. A group of the local Witnesses is stationed in the hotel lobby all day and evening to help us with our needs. Zimbabwe is a third world country, or to be politically correct, a developing nation. As such, it does not ...
... made some good progress, making the 500km to the border in no time. At this point we decided to cross in to Zim that afternoon, rather than sleeping and worrying about it the next morning. The Beit Bridge border is infamous in South Africa for being busy, chaotic and problematic. I had done some research on travel forums online, and found stories of 6 hour waits, problems with corrupt officials etc. I also found a step by step guide of what to do on the Zim side. ...
... to pay up to $100,000 per kilogram of horn, making it more expensive than gold, platinum or cocaine. The issue with the regulation approach can be reduced to supply and demand- any legalisation is likely to result in the market being flooded, dramatically lowering the price of the already in-demand product. The education approach is similarly dubious- how easy is it to change cultural beliefs held for hundreds of years? Not particularly simple, given ...