- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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We stopped by the post office in Harare, and I noticed some subscriptions requests to the Good News magazine, along with numerous sympathy cards for Mike Mukarati on the death of Primrose. He was moved by the encouragement from so many worldwide. He passes on his thanks to all.
Michelle and I had dinner with Mike, Mabasa Chichaya and his wife Chisomo and baby Crystal. We had a good discussion of the needs in the country, and establishing account ...
... that can roll into a ball for protection. They are endangered because some people and cultures traditionally attribute special qualities to pangolin. This includes the myth that eating them as food gives a person long life. Thus, their numbers have dwindled dramatically due to poaching, sadly. We were so privileged to get to meet this gorgeous and unique little creature. Our group then switched to the cheetahs. We met two males, Diesel and ...
... with our brothers and sisters, it was time to return to our hotel. Upon arrival we went up to our room to freshen up. We were scheduled to have our gathering and dinner with the local brothers and sisters that evening. When we met at the ballroom, the brothers seated us strategically so that there would be with a few delegates and a few local Witnesses. At our table were several of the friends from Bulawayo, a city a few hours drive from the capital. ...
... slower, but there were no cops and we avoided a potential 1-2 hour jam in maputo. All this meant it took about 8 hours to get the 580km to the border. The border itself was not too much of a hassle, just a few queues and grumpy officials, and we made our way then to Nelspruit by nightfall. The last leg was going excellently until we hit a stop/go for road works. 1 hour later we made our way through to see a 10km line the other way, so counted ourselves lucky. ...
... they could show us a twin after lunch that they usually use for families but was available. They showed us to our original room which was lovely (even if it was pouring with rain!) with a view over the river and it's own little private garden with outside showers. It came to lunch time though and they had realised that the twin wasn't available bit they could put us in a lodge with 2 double bed rooms. When they took us there it turned out ...
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