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... 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 ...
... 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 are large Bible based meetings. Many circuits have an assembly hall for just this purpose. But not all - those who don't must rent other facilities for their assemblies. This can pose problems at times when venues are not available or not adequate for assembly needs. This was the problem our Harare brothers faced. Consequently, they were overjoyed when they were able to construct their own assembly hall. As you will see in the photos, ...
... really nice to spend some time seeing other things in the country. It is coming up to just a week left though and the time has gone so quickly. Unfortunately I am not going to be able to make it up to the falls this time. Kathryn isn't able to fly as her passport is in the embassy and I have decided that I would rather spend time with people than go to the falls and I have to leave something for next time! We are instead going to go to Pamuzinda overnight which is a ...
... and spurting boiling water out whilst you drive.
At 9 o’clock they returned to pick me up. It was time to get two more volunteers from the airport. Martha and Dave met Danielle and Mike at Glastonbury festival. The two Australians are so lively and friendly – they have a cause called OFL; opportunities for life. They have raised money back in the UK to come and work alongside us providing water to people in need. I was so excited all morning, its quite sad but ...