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... problems with the police. So naturally there is always a bit of apprehension passing through the road blocks, tolls and towns. However, it really was not a problem at all, and much more pleasant than Mozam. Alice did an excellent job co piloting, providing regular drinks, a hot flask of tea, biltong and some conversation when she could be dragged away from her 'true crime' books. The scenery on the way up was, again, absolutely breath taking. Initially undulating ...
... some of the donated eye equipment that we brought with us. They are very happy! We gather the group for a photo - and try to get them to smile (they don’t often smile in photos)!
Then, Erick, Luke and I walk into the pediatric ward. Erick surveys how many children vs. how many balls we have to give. Luke begins to hand them out. The parents are happy to receive the balls for their kids when the kids are too sick to take ...
... During this portion of the ride, we saw cows, lose dogs, lots of people and several trading spots. There are more trading spots all over Africa but the big trading spots are on the side of the road and near gas stations. You see a lot of people balancing baskets on their heads. As we got more to the country, part of it you would see random huts and random groups of people walking.
After driving 3 to four hours we finally reached our destination...Antelope Park!!!
... There was so much choice of food and desert. Martha, Dave and I started laughing. When you put into perspective, we all came home to have our soup and French bread and then we get invited to this amazing hotel with a huge buffet of 5* food. In Zimbabwe, it’s all about who you know and your mentality. If you’re a positive person, you’ll succeed. If you’re someone who’s in it for just yourself, unfortunately you wont make it. ...
... these new technologies. They were really interested and enthused about a quicker method of making bricks. In the afternoon Dave and I cleared a huge rocked area, like I have previously said this area is amazing. It sits above the whole community centre ground, I started off by raking all of the shrubs and clearing bushes whilst Dave started making some authentic brick steps. Within two hours it was clear, I absolutely love this place now.
Later on that night we ...
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