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This flight is good, and not to choppy. Arrival in Zimbabwe is just after 17:30. The disembarking is eventless, and on entering the Harare international airport we are confronted with a stop to do an Ebola scan. This is done with a digital thermometer against your head, and also goes without event. Immigration is not to bad and then the fun starts …
... sup> street, previously a colonialist street of the British, this street is now full of a few shops and small market stalls on the road. There is a great shop on 1st street called Rado Arts, the shop is full of everything that you would want and has such reasonable prices. We then explored Harare for a bit walking down to NRZ (national rail Zimbabwe) train station, third street and Joina city mall.
... funds. The biggest problem for the church was the spread of members across the entire country, bad roads and about 90% unemployment. There is just very little business growth.
One area where a few members are located in their village has no electricity, and the road to the area are virtually impassable. Often member have to walk a dozen kilometers to even get to an unreliable bus.
Since they are part of a village, when crops are bad, there ...
... because they had been castrated. This also prevents them from breeding since there was a female in the enclosure with them. All of this is for their mental and physical health.
Next we were led into the central visitors building where we were treated to a beautiful spread of tea, coffee, and snacks. We enjoyed a relaxing and refreshing break, but we were soon back to the animals. Giraffes had approached the small fence near our sitting area and ...
... or they were impressed with my attempts at their native tongue. But I had a wonderful time and so did Derek.
We returned to the Kingdom Hall after about an hour and a half where we were treated to a feast. The local brothers and sisters set out a banquet for a king. We loaded our plates with all kinds of food, some we were used to and some that were distinctly new to us. It was fun to try the native dishes and interesting to discover they like to use peanut butter in ...