Travel Blogs from Harare
... post for a final stamp. 7. Get in the car and go for inspection 8. Pass through border poorer, but breathing a big sigh of relief! It's a crazy system and without the help of the instructions and one guy who did the border a lot giving advice we would have been completely stuck. Probably still there now. It must so be noted all of the staff (when found) were very helpful and friendly. We managed to get to a place to stay 80km in to Zim as dusk fell, passing through ...
... appreciation thrown in! With wild Mana Pools our next stop, we were guided by some great advice from a very experienced game hunter and wildlife guide, Bob Warren-Codrington, on what to expect on the next leg of our African Bush adventure. Thanks Dave and Richard for going the extra mile for us and helping COPK to live up to his nickname. Yes, the itinerary has again been changed!
Cheers from the well rested and rejuvenated Kelly's, en route to Mana Pools.
... up. I have kept healthy None of the other boys have contracted chicken pox down at the home. Please pray for The boys due to arrive at the home over the next few days Continued health as I travel - I have a large number of bites that, independent of itching, look like the size of mountains on my legs and are quite painful! Safety as I fly to India and travel around Delhi in the next few days For my bags to all come through safely and ...
... chucked into the cack of the lorry. It’s a good job Martha and Dave counted every single one of these bricks otherwise it would have been a loss to the building and the charities money. In Zimbabwe, everything is centered around trust, however when you have so many things to do and a non flexible budget- you have to be so careful.
We finally arrived back at our cottage. Feeling tired and just wanting to relax, we all sat down for ...
... was closed between 6pm-6am, if you were caught on this road his soldiers would shoot you down. From the Holiday Inn in Harare I followed Dave in Richards car back to Domboshawa, where the community centre is located. I was blown away by the scenery but yet also I was trying my best to stay behind Dave as I had no idea where I was going. If I would have lost him, I had no phone, no wallet or passport as they were all in Richards car!
When I saw the police stop in front ...
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