New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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A final game drive in the morning, then I manage to squeeze myself in the car with some of the Zims who are heading back to Harare today. Sweeeet. The ride may be uncomfortably cramped for them, but for me it's fantastic luxury. I doze peacefully in backseat cushioned by a couple of fishing rods and a pop-up tent. I'd planned on going to Vic falls next, but the road that leads there from ...
... on our LifeNets communications.
We had other matters to discuss through the morning as our visit is winding down. I fly to Zimbabwe later in the afternoon.
We have learned more about the dark operation of those who left us in Zambia. They still are called UCG, but affiliated with the abigail folks, a strange, even humorous alliance. I would like to openly invite all those who have left us to come back. You will be welcomed ...
Today Mike, his cousins Emma and Kate and Kate's fiance Jonno and I ventured off to Harare's Lion and Cheetah Park (minus the cheetah). Located just out of Harare, about a 30min drive via the city and through the rural country side where maize and a variety of other crops and a number of huts (with satellite dishes and all) the Lion and Cheetah Park includes a mini safari drive through a large fenced off area with a number of lions, another larger area with game animals ...
... We had our usual number of locals watching us from a distant with the hopes for some interaction or something to eat. One of us handed out his big bag of cheezies. You would have thought it was Christmas day. Unfortunately there had been a brush fire in the area very recently and ash (from the wind) got into everything we ate and all our dishes. Our first chore when we got to camp outside of the city of Chipata, was to wash all the of the kitchen ...
... where I actually tried to extract the alcohol out of the players) we started to prepare for the Saturday dinner party Peter and Roberta. I put my money on Peter at any cookout in this world after this one. It was a fabulous night with a open end jam session with Prayer and his friend. There I was, sitting on the porch of a nice property, with great people, talented musicians jamming and great food in my stomach and finally gave in... This must be god's ...
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