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... by some of the embassies it would be a huge success.
Although the Norwegians had clearly stated that they had no funding available, they still agreed to meet with us. Sometimes its better to meet and connect with people, whoever they may be they could lead to someone else who could help. We arrived at the embassy at 3pm, it was such a grand, beautiful compound. As we passed through the security we ...
... to charge a cell phone, which is cheap in Zimbabwe
One UCG member within walking distance (by their standards), has a welding shop, and could hire members to work building carts to sell, but lacks about $1,000 in capital to buy the supplies for construction and the rent for the assembly area.
I asked Pastor Mike Mukarati to write up these needs for potential projects for the village and our people. A well would help the entire small ...
... They were lounging lazily in the shade next to their handlers like any house cat would do. We stood close by the two felines while Angela related their histories and interesting information about the cats. Then it was time to return to the bus. We were all sad to go. It had been a very pleasant experience.
Our afternoon was to be spent at one of the craft markets. The bus headed back into the city. When we arrived, Elvin, the local brother who was ...
... again started singing with their beautiful voices. Many bystanders were staring - I'm sure we were quite the curious spectacle.
We waved goodbye as the bus pulled away, waved until we were down the road and out of sight. All the while we kept remarking to each other how touching and wonderful that experience was. One of the most memorable days in our lives.
And we were off, back to the city center of Harare. When we arrived back at the hotel, I received some ...
Dave and Richard Morris welcomed us into their rambling home in the suburb of Highlands and after 3 loads of washing, filling the tanks and sorting out extra storage and food, we were back in business. A surprise visit by Dugald MacDonald had us remembering the good old Bishops' days while catching up with his career in the Mining sector in Zim and how he has adapted to living in Harare after his Post Grad year at Oxford. He offered us an opportunity to ...
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