New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... to charge a cell phone, which is cheap in Zimbabwe
One UCG member within walking distance (by their standards), has a welding shop, and could hire members to work building carts to sell, but lacks about $1,000 in capital to buy the supplies for construction and the rent for the assembly area.
I asked Pastor Mike Mukarati to write up these needs for potential projects for the village and our people. A well would help the entire small ...
... could be massive in size or itty-bitty. We learned that the stone they used was native to Zimbabwe and included types like Verdite and Serpentine. Prices were not set and haggling was the name of the game. Derek and I left with a few purchases. So did everyone else in our group. Then it was back to the hotel. We had to pack up tonight because we were leaving bright early for our first day of birding. Our guide was collecting us from the hotel at 6:00 ...
... and listening to the chairman interviewing faithful brothers and sisters about their service to Jehovah. The first brother was a local Witness who had served as a special pioneer and a circuit overseer for many years. Then we got to hear stories from a Japanese couple who were now special pioneers in China. All of it was very encouraging. Afterwards we said our good-byes to all those we had met and promised to look for each other at the convention this ...
... made some good progress, making the 500km to the border in no time. At this point we decided to cross in to Zim that afternoon, rather than sleeping and worrying about it the next morning. The Beit Bridge border is infamous in South Africa for being busy, chaotic and problematic. I had done some research on travel forums online, and found stories of 6 hour waits, problems with corrupt officials etc. I also found a step by step guide of what to do on the Zim side. ...
... only guests apart from a conference who were all going clay pigeon shooting in the afternoon. It was such a fantastic night away and really made up for the fact that we couldn't make it up to the falls. Back on the farm we picked up James from school on Friday afternoon on our way home and then went out to a working croc farm that is owned by some friends of Rob and Hilary's. The eggs had been hatching over the last month so there were ...
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