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 …
From Zambia through the Zambezi separated Zimbabwe has not only shares the same initials with its neighboring country, but also its history and especially the Victoria Falls. Up to 5 million cubic meters of water per minute - an enormous amount! Except for its vertiginous landscapes Zimbabwe retains the African fauna. Many national parks are …
... would a solar panel for power, and would give our members better status in the community, and less prejudice against their beliefs
After dinner, Mike and Chisomo Chichya asked if I would bless their daughter, little 8 week old Crystal, since I would not be at the Victoria feast site. It was an honor to fulfill their request.
We leave after breakfast in the morning to go back to Johannesburg for a couple days before going on to Blantyre, Malawi.
... that can roll into a ball for protection. They are endangered because some people and cultures traditionally attribute special qualities to pangolin. This includes the myth that eating them as food gives a person long life. Thus, their numbers have dwindled dramatically due to poaching, sadly. We were so privileged to get to meet this gorgeous and unique little creature. Our group then switched to the cheetahs. We met two males, Diesel and ...
... by the local brothers and sisters. We were first treated with some traditional Shona dances and songs. Following that, we were greatly impressed with a choir of young children singing Kingdom songs in perfect harmony. Then the adult group of singers replaced the children and we enjoyed beautiful voices singing even more Kingdom songs. All the songs were sung in the Shona language, but we could easily recognize the song by its melody. The evening closed ...