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Around 8am today a guy who the charity knew turned up to touch up my dreadlocks. I hate this process as it really does hurt, I don't know whether I have a sensitive scalp or what, but I know it hurts! Anyway, this guy turned up early to do my hair as I was told he’d take a while. Although he was really good and tidied up all of the ends of my hair, he took four hours! Four hours of just sitting there.
... God has been good to us). We saw the beautiful Jacaranda trees in full purple bloom along with some very colorful Buganvia vines. There are numerous ones outside our window adding color to the view.
We had reserved rooms for ourselves for the 2 nights, and 2 more rooms for Saturday Night. One for elder Mike Mukarati whose wife Primrose died last month, and one for deacon Mombasa Chinchaya and his ...
... the park and break into two groups. One group would stay at the sanctuary and meet the animals that were cared for in large pens. Most of these were predators like lions, leopards, crocodiles, and hyenas along with baboons and different types of monkeys. The other group would get on the safari trucks and do a miniature safari in their small game park. The game park had zebras, wildebeest, Cape buffalo, and all types of antelope. I will let ...
Late post, was exhausted last night. I'll try to be very brief and concise from here on, will elaborate more in person. So far it's been a great first two days; meeting all the friends, both local and from around the world has been the highlight and listening to their personal experiences. The stadium has a capacity of 60,000 and the first days attendance was over 67,000. Today the ...
... language is English, but most Zimbabweans speak a native tongue as well. The two main native languages are Shona and Ndebele. There are a few others too. In order for the Bible's message to reach people's hearts, they should study it in their first language. Hence the reason for translation into these sparsely spoken languages. This branch also translates the literature into Zimbabwe Sign Language in the form of videos for the deaf in this country.
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Corner Third Street & J Moyo Ave, Harare | 4 star hotelfrom $149
Samora Machel Avenue, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $124
54 Park Lane, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $159
Pennefather Avenue, Harare | 4 star hotelfrom $115
132 Baines Avenue, Harare | Hotelfrom $130
3, Albert Glen Close, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $210