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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 ...
... English-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 included several Brazilian delegates, two of which were a couple ...
... Shirley Mayson was from there and she was seated next to me. She had moved from South Africa to Zimbabwe in the 1960s, but back then it was known as Rhodesia and it was governed by Great Britain. She related all the changes the country had gone through since then. She told stories of cattle ranching with her husband, raising an orphaned lion cub, and surviving the country's various political upheavals. It was all very fascinating.
Dinner was served ...
... Uncle's Silver Manufacturing Business on the outskirts of Harare. Patrick Mavros is world renowned for his Jewelry creations & special masterpieces of intricate design and sculpting, anything from an exquisite stud earring to an amazing Lamp Stand or perfect Cheetah specimens mounted on Ebony plinths. My husband was very generous with the plastic and made a few people happy. Thanks Dugald, you have other talents lurking in that lanky frame!
... 2 weeks though and although I am sure it will fly by I am going to make sure I make the most of it before I leave. If you are the praying type please pray for... More rain on the farm - there has been some but the dam and water tables are still low. Continued power - it has been good today but we were without power for 3 days over the weekend. A safe weekend away with Mark and his friends this weekend Plans to fall into place for going up to the falls with Kathryn next ...
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