Holiday Inn Harare
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A safe and pleasent place to stay, the hotel offer great combination of world class services and African hospitality, blended in one.
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Friday morning we drove to the airport without incident, except somewhere along the way a hubcap fell off so we had to pay for that when turning the car in. Such is life. :-(
The flight on British airlines was uneventful, thankfully, and we arrived in Zambia at about 2 pm. We took the $25 taxi ride to the Holiday Inn in the capital city …
... driving through a stand of trees, when we ran into another herd of elephants. It was a bit tense for a while as they were upset at being split up by us. One of the young males got very agitated and started trumpeting and smashed down a couple of trees quite near our vehicle. Even Richard, our ranger thought it better to get out as quickly as possible.
This was our last evening at Mashatu as the next day we were travelling ...
... we spent on groceries. At a local compound called Sam Levvys, a upper end market place where higher class people shop we were greeted with an expensive bill for the most basic items.
However, in general all of the spirits are high. This is the great and magical thing about communities. We bounce off of each other and are all here to make life easier for others. Rather than being stressed and frustrated, we just laughed at how irritating the processes of the day had been. ...
... Whilst I drove past Mugabe’s palace to show Danielle and Mike the back left wheel deflated and shook the car. I pulled over right outside the palace, you’re usually not allowed to park or stop there!
It was the second time in a week this tyre had burst and I was fed up! I was about to help Tafadzwa change it but Mike stepped in. Mike is an amazing help and gets on with things. There’s no complaining just solving the problem. Danielle and Mike had got off ...
... because her grandmother could not afford to send her to school on time. She can write but can not read. She does not have a birth certificate since her mother died whilst living in South Africa and was burried there, so no one could have a death record for her mother. It’s people like Natasha who need help the most. By supporting Love Zimbabwe or sponsoring Natasha you can change her life. Survival is all she knows. Everyday she looks for food. This isn’t life, this is torture. ...