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... 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 ...
... completely smashed and curved inward. Dan suggests the man has a concussion for sure. There is nothing else we can do and it’s good that he will go to the hospital - even though who knows what kind of treatment he will receive.
Back on the road, my nausea actually begins to subside. I am able to rejoin the conversation a bit. We talk a lot about being a missionary with young children back when they started vs. being a ...
... worked the land. Planting trees, hoeing the grass and creating our own rocked mural reading ‘ Love Zimbabwe’ on the mud bank. I said goodbye to everyone and it was incredibly depressing. However, life goes on. As long as I am alive I will never stop doing things to help people who need support more than anyone in the world. I know what I do impacts and inspires so many people.
After we had left the centre, we went back to the cottage. I packed ...
... is inspiring. She left her paid job in order to help these children who were starving and couldn’t afford a lunch. Starting with 25 children she taught them in her spare time and all of her money paid for their school meals, giving them some sort of lunch. How many people do you find like this? Hardly any! Because of recent funds she had to move out of the school. She couldn’t afford the rent and now she just rents one room in someone’s house, used as an office. She ...
... at Harare I was very blessed to have no trouble with immigration or customs and walked straight through without anyone stopping me. I met quickly with Hilary and Rob and after getting some groceries (including a very good burger) we were on our way back to the farm. After a shower and unpacking I now feel much more human and ready for a good nights sleep in a bed rather than upright! So I am safe, I have arrived and I am ready to go on this new adventure (well I will be once I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBronte "the Garden" Hotel Harare
I spent 2 weeks here while working in Harare. Peace for surroundings with welcoming staff
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