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... 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 ...
... speaking Shona brothers and sisters. Everyone was very kind and we enjoyed exchanging gifts and information cards and getting to know one another. One Brazilian sister had me try her home country's tea called Mate (pronounced ma-tay) in which they pour hot water over Mate herbs in a special cup and you drink through a flat metal straw. It was tasty.
The second day our neighbors were several Brazilian delegates, two of which were a couple named ...
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 ...
... to pay up to $100,000 per kilogram of horn, making it more expensive than gold, platinum or cocaine. The issue with the regulation approach can be reduced to supply and demand- any legalisation is likely to result in the market being flooded, dramatically lowering the price of the already in-demand product. The education approach is similarly dubious- how easy is it to change cultural beliefs held for hundreds of years? Not particularly simple, given ...
... drinks and lunch. He wants to promote and help with the organizing for our tourism projects next year. It was a really good meeting to see how property developers work and live in Harare. The tourism prospects here in Zim are getting closer and closer. We were around half an hour late for our next meeting. In The Embassador Hotel we met Dr. Chipare, John Holder and two more publicity MP’s. The second meeting with parliament members was a success!
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