Cresta Churchill Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bulawayo
Today started off normally, I was on the antelope routine changing waters and feeding animals. Around 10 word started to spread that they had a spotted hyena in one of their traps. On the outskirts of matopos national park is a farming areas. Farmers are frustrated that hyenas and leopards keep killing their livestock. Chipangali has set up traps to catch and relocate the animals. At 1130 all of us were taken out to the park to watch them sedate the hyena and put a tracking collar on ...
... a careful, skilled hunter. Not a random, careless, harmful hunter.
The conversation turns toward talk about malaria. Clive has had it a few times before. He talks about it like it’s not that big of a deal. But he also mentions that African Tick Bite Fever is pretty much the same as malaria, in symptoms, so this is also what Erick could have. We talk about other creepy Zimbabwe creatures that haunt hunters and anyone who is in ...
... folks with these eye camps, the gift of donated glasses and people like Steve and Jane who are willing to share their time, talent and education, manage the glasses and equipment and bring everything to people in these remote areas! God prompts all of this - from beginning to end!
Luke plays soccer with the young, smiling kids. We all are enjoying the smiles and laughter of the people. Erick finds an older woman who reminds him of his ...
24 March 2014
Steve, Erick and Tim are going to the hospital to see some patients. Jane takes Luke, Aidan, Loran and I to Matopos National Park - to look for the Rhino and see the amazing balancing rocks!
We pray the Lord’s hand on our trip - for safety and hopefully to see home of His magnificent animals! The bush is thick. Thicker than ever, Jane says. We see giraffe, warthogs, impala, and ...
... am not in the Praise & Worship group,” she says. I ask if she is in a choir, “No, choir is not my specialty. I was kicked out of the choir!” I ask if she is in a Bible study? “Yes, at church - I listen to them talk about the Bible.” I ask her if she has ever heard of BSF! “No.” So, I tell her all about BSF and how there is at least one class in Zimbabwe, but I don’t know if there is one ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking