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... have cars, so most take the bus.
Mike picked us up at 10:45 am and we went to a small hotel dinner rooms less than 5 minutes away for services. We were introduced to each member, and soon were seated for the service. Songs were a Capella since there was no piano or even electronic CD music; still I am sure it sounded sweet to God.
There was no sermonette, so I was given the time to give updates on UCG and then gave a sermon ...
... asked us not to take photos in this area. The people selling their crafts would not appreciate it, so we respected their wishes. The market was outdoor and the merchants had their wares displayed on low makeshift platforms. There was everything you can imagine including clothing, jewelry, stone carvings, baskets, and furniture. The most plentiful item was stone carvings. These were usually African animals or busts of traditional African ...
So we were up and on the road before dawn Monday morning. Where to? JFK International Airport to catch our flight to Harare, Zimbabwe. It would be a total of 20 hours of flying. Before I get to our arrival, just a few quirky notes on New York. I took a photo of a flyer taped outside of the pizzeria we ate at in the East Village. Apparently, some people are desperate. Check it out for a good laugh. Another weird tidbit - when a pothole gets too large, the city ...
... blocks without incident. Following a hearty breakfast we set off again, one more 500km stretch, fearing another stressful day like Mozambique. We had a big surprise. The road up to Harare has a good surface, and the speed limit is 120kmh. There are also almost no towns in Southern Zim, it seems almost deserted, so we could cruise along at a good speed, actually making some progress! We also found everyone we spoke to the same as the border guys, friendly, kind ...
... to the farm to be able to share the work and holiday time with as well and my wonderful family who have looked after me very well! I am going to miss it here lots, it is like another home but it is time to move on to the next, very exciting thoughtless familiar, part of my adventures! Things to give thanks for: There has been lots of rain on the farm this past week with some incredible storms that have really helped bring the dam and ...
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