New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... conversed briefly with the police, we were back on the road to the animal sanctuary. When we arrived, the owner, Gordon boarded our bus and gave a history of the park and his life working for the national game parks of Zimbabwe. He explained that all the animals at this sanctuary were here because they could not survive in the wild. They were either orphaned as babies or had sustained injuries. As he spoke, our driver navigated the bus over to the elephant section of the park. We ...
... gave us their Portuguese song book as a memento.
The sessions and parts were wonderful, of course, with the same program as every convention held this year. Sometimes it was difficult to understand some of the brothers giving talks on the English platform - we had a variety of accents, some very thick. But no matter - it was all very excellent. Brother Jackson of the Governing Body delivered the key talks each day and like the other GB members, he ...
... time to board. They bussed us over to our plane and as we got on, I could see that the Witnesses were the majority on this flight - wow! Derek and I sat next to a brother, Randy, from Naples, Florida. We chatted with him for the duration and shared stories about ourselves and our backgrounds. When we arrived at about 2:00 PM local time, we went through customs and right behind customs, the Zimbabwe brothers and sisters were there to greet us. A big sign hung above ...
... s understandably pragmatic. He considers it to be just a job, much like being an accountant or a lawyer (insert your own lawyer joke there). With the everything I saw in the Serengeti in mind, I'm genuinely intrigued about what motivates some people to want to take the life of such spectacular creatures. I start to understand more as Andy explains the beauty in "hunting like a man", despite protestations from my inner hardcore feminist. He elaborates ...
... diary. I love it! Later, we all left The Embassador Hotel and went straight to the pub. What a great way to end the trip! After two rounds we got back to the cottage so I could quickly pack the rest of my ****. It was so hectic and HOT as I was wearing jeans! Everything has been spontaneous and unbelievable. Nothing I have done was planned. This is what I love about my charity, we seize and take risks when and as they come.
Whilst going to the airport ...
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