Travel Blogs from Harare
... 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.
... The next day we went to the Lion and Cheetah Park outside Harare. It was amazing with an enclosure with the very old lions (who sleep for 18 hours a day!) which you could just drive through, a game drive enclosure with zebras right next to the car and then an area with younger lions (in enclosures!) a 300 year old Galapagos turtle, some rare white lions (the only 2 in Zimbabwe) and various other animals including some week old leopard turtles - very cute! It ...
... to Harare felt like a lifetime. Whilst driving back through town we briefly explained our progress here in Zim, I’m sure they’ll both love the community centre. Talking about going back to the UK depresses me. We are meeting with the oficer of external relations again on Monday (my last day). He promised to bring me a t-shirt from the government, which is exciting. However, with 3 days left I really don’t want to go home.
... 8217;re going to be eco-friendly and solar powered so that costs are very sustainable for the charity. Foundations and brickwork have began and also the general maintenance and clearing of the land. It’s such a beautiful space, especially at sunset. The last project before we leave Zim is to complete the chicken coop. At the moment it’s bizarre to see in agricultural shops; 'day old chicks’. At $75 for 100 chicks, we intend to have local ...
... such a nice plot of land and the family who lived here were really nice. The next day I didn’t really feel like going to the community centre. I didn’t want to make myself worse so I decided to stay at home. When I finally got up it was around 12, I felt a lot better but still had no appetite. Being an active person I knew I wouldn’t be able to laze around for the whole day. I started to edit the photos I had already taken, Its only when looking ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Imba Matombo Harare
Other places to stay in Harare
Corner Third Street & J Moyo Ave, Harare | 4 star hotelfrom $149
Samora Machel Avenue, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $124
54 Park Lane, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $159
Pennefather Avenue, Harare | 4 star hotelfrom $115
132 Baines Avenue, Harare | Hotelfrom $130
88 Kwame Nkrumah Ave, Harare | Hotelfrom $75