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... now planted over 150 trees all around the perimeters of the center, installed water tanks, toilets and showers, huts, living spaces. The list is endless! As the night drew to a close, Cleto lit the fire and the guitars came out. We all gathered and ate a great meal of spicy Mexican mince and rice whilst gazing at the cloudless night sky. I really don’t have long left and its hard leaving somewhere so peaceful.
The third day of the convention the delegates were instructed to sit in only two areas of the English section, and with 3,500 of us, that called for close quarters. We had a couple and their teenage son from Iowa behind us, a South Carolina couple next to me, and some young women from Sacramento next to Derek. As usual, we got to know one another, exchanged information, and took some photos. Josie and Paulo from Brazil were one row away and at the ...
... closed with dessert 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 are 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 ...
... in $4 tennis shoes. For our second proper day in Zimbabwe, we take an open air jeep to a national park so that we can track rhino on foot. Our guide is named Andy, a white Zimbabwean with a clipped accent, who is probably one of the most terrifying people I've ever met. Formerly a hunter by trade, Andy is a solid man, looking a bit like a cross between the Bush Tucker Man and an evil Santa. He tells us that when we're walking we need to shut up, because ...
Friday 21 March 2014 Our final hours at Karanda. No regular chapel today, so Erick gets up early to make breakfast - eggs, toast & bacon. We haven’t had this here yet because we would rather sleep than get up early to cook this! I again find the internet connected to text with Cole about basketball and think about blogging some more. The electricity is off. Luke, Erick and Jen head off to clinic & OR while I stay back to blog. ...
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