Kadoma Hotel and Conference Center
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We enjoyed the Last Great Day with members. I was able to do the blessing of children with the 3 babies and 1 small child.
We were able to have lunch and dinner with Derrick and Denise Strauss at the Victoria Lodge where we had the tea party earlier. They have their own herb garden, and the salads there are very special and enjoyable. Normally you avoid salads overseas as they can often create havoc with your digestive ...
Made it to Harare, it was only a 40min flight from Lusaka! Nice and easy! Now I'm waiting for someone to let me go back to wait for my next flight... Apparently most people don't connect here... Strange... I think they don't plan for people to fly out of this airport. It's not very well done. ...
... of things to do here, Lion walk, Lion enclosure tour, boat cruise, horse riding, Elephant interaction, lion feeding, carriage ride, snakes
I have opted for the elephant inaction, the lion walk, the lion encounter tour, the carriage ride, and the lion feeding
They all kick off tomorrow, so we have time to put up tents, wander around and just relax, and we even get a lay in, breakfast is at 8 am
We had a talk about their work here about releasing lions back into ...
Although, as many of you may know, I'm not a Christian, today we attended the church service which was led by Weston who is a pastor in the community, and with his insistence, Vivian and I spoke briefly to the congregation. It was an unexpected treat to see the congregation sing and dance in this typically African type of worship. It was with saddened hearts that we left Musana in the company of Adonis, Lizzy and Denford for ...
SCREECH. In the corner of my eye, I catch a ghostly shape moving quickly and silently through the darkness. 'Bat?' I ask my host, Cecil.
'Barn owl', he replies, matter-of-factly. A barn owl. I never knew they screeched - I thought they were supposed to hoot, twit and twoo. Come to think of it, I never knew you could get barn owls in Africa. And yet here they were, happily nesting in the dense dry skirt of a washingtonia palm that towers over the swimming pool in ...