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Well it is now the 25th June and my last day in Victoria Falls and on the lion project!! I can't believe how quickly my time here in Africa has gone, only seems like yesterday that I was packing up to leave the UK. Ah well I have had some great experiences and met some wonderful people in the process. Also a few dodgy ones but we don't need to …
This trip to Zim has already been very different to my last. For those that don't know on my last trip, 3 years ago, I was working up at school and didn't have much time to help at the ministry or see much else that was around the country. This time however, I am full on at the ministry. I have wanted to be helpful and make sure that things that I get stuck into I can finish rather than leaving loose ends that would have been better had I left it alone! My main roles ...
... waited for me to pay for a clamp and then experienced a flat tyre whilst I was driving aha. Welcome to Zim. We finally reached the centre around 1ish. It was the fifth Zimbabwe welcoming I had seen whilst being in Zim but it still doesn’t get boring. Danielle and Mike were shown around the centre and I relaxed. I don’t think I have mentioned Cleto yet. For years and years Martha and Dave have known Cleto. He is one of a kind. Sometimes he will go into the bush for days on ...
... where tourists don’t go. I drove through the down town area. You notice people do NOT move out of the way of moving vehicles, I’ve had a few close misses with hitting people. I turned down a side street. It was hectic. Carts of metal, hundreds of people and cars bumper to bumper was very fun. I managed to do my best U turn yet, the street was tiny and even Dave said "I’d reverse out" however I still managed to do it. That’s one thing I’ve ...
... a fence in Zimbabwe. You get a huge impression of ownership and law.
In Harare, we stopped at the DIY store. In foreign countries you do tend to get stared at a lot, and this is usual. However what I like about Harare is that I don’t really get paid too much attention; its nice to feel free. For the community centre we’re in the process of numerous projects. Toilet and shower blocks are the first means of sanitation the land has seen in a long ...
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