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... of the safari is quite hectic as we go from one siting to another. As with most days there were lots of impala, giraffes and wildebeest. We learnt, a group of giraffes is called a "tower" and a group of zebras, a "dazzle". As with most days there were lots of impala, giraffes and wildebeest. We learnt, a group of giraffes is called a “tower” and a group of zebras, a “dazzle”. However, the highlights ...
... of the launch event perifinalia. We fall into the "nothing to declare" que, but it does not take long for one of the officials to notice my box. We are told to go to the red line and declare the content. After opening the box , that was properly "duc-taped" with a nail scissor, the official inspects the content. "What afe these bottles for" he askes, adter properly inspecting one of the 42 plastic bottles. We told him that ...
... 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 ...
... wild. They were either orphaned as babies or had sustained injuries. As he spoke, our driver navigated the bus over to the elephant section of the park. We were going to meet two of the resident elephants up close and personal! We got off the bus and were greeted by the two huge pachyderms, a male and a female. And wow they were huge! As our group formed a semicircle a few yards from the elephants, Gordon told us their individual ...
... with our confirmed schedule of excursions. Our first day out would be to go to the Zimbabwe Branch Facility and the Harare Assembly Hall, two locations.
We boarded our bus with about 40 fellow Witnesses and a local brother and his wife as our hosts. We headed to the branch about 20 minutes away on the outskirts of the city. For those who don't know, a branch is a facility with several buildings - offices and dormitories. There are multiple branches ...
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