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Hello from Harare! As mentioned before, due to unrest in the middle part of Mozambique, we have had to re think our route here to Harare, basically taking the long way round Kruger national park, and up through the South of Zim. We set off early enough from Tofo, and made steadily slow progress through Mozambique. The low speed limit of 100kmh and constant villages where the limit drops to 60kmh (two shacks and a stall constitutes a village) make it pretty slow going. ...
The Satellite phone came in very handy. Dave was now expecting us a day earlier, thanks to the 'looting' baboons. John Braithwaite, your Satellite phone was a Godsend - thanks for lending us this precious mode of communication in times of need! Licking our wounds from the empty coffers and soiled belongings, we headed to Harare to replenish and eliminate the 'smell of baboon' from our luggage, particularly mine, which had been dumped on with a ...
... food and healthy cattle for the villages. We thought we knew a thing or two about farming but seeing the cattle guarded at night against lions was something new. Also the knee high gumboots in 35 degrees against snake bites was a new one! We have had a great time at the centre and met lots of interesting and passionate people.
After this visit we have to go and see the Victoria Falls; you can't go to Zimbabwe without visiting them! Well…. We had a fun and wet ...
When I was 20, my boyfriend at the time decided it would be a good idea to teach me how to ski. Anyone who's been in this situation will have cringed at that sentence, knowing as I do now that it's up there with shopping at IKEA, as far as relationship testing goes. After about 10 minutes, he became so frustrated that he left me at the top of the mountain and I had to be escorted down by some helpful German tourists. I'm not telling this anecdote to show that ...
... with you. I was fearful that my life was in danger because the people are rioting in the streets but I just focused on my bigger goal. Creating a clean water drinking system, food and medicinal aids was the most important accomplishment I achieved on the trip.
I feel like a good Samaritan leaving Zimbabwe because I gave someone a piece of the privileges I am given everyday!