New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... sup> street, previously a colonialist street of the British, this street is now full of a few shops and small market stalls on the road. There is a great shop on 1st street called Rado Arts, the shop is full of everything that you would want and has such reasonable prices. We then explored Harare for a bit walking down to NRZ (national rail Zimbabwe) train station, third street and Joina city mall.
... a while, and I went to the room and packed up some food and water, and enough money to finish the day and to get a bus back to South Africa.
Maybe we were ripped off, but if so, she took a pretty good beating, broken phone and police reports to make it look good.
We had dinner in a small restaurant outside the hotel. Mabasa called and he will arrive in the morning to take us to Sabbath services.
We woke bright and early to get ready for the event we came for - the International Convention! It was going to be a wonderful weekend filled with spiritual encouragement and brotherly love.
There are hundreds of delegates staying at our hotel, and almost every hotel and lodge in and around town is being used by the Witnesses. There are about 3,500 delegates total at this convention. All of them are being bused to the Zimbabwe National Stadium for the ...
... was extremely warm and helpful. Outside the airport, near the exit doors, there was a group of local brothers and sisters singing Kingdom songs/melodies in I believe one of the major languages of Zimbabwe, Shona. I posted a video of the last 30 seconds of one song. After enjoying the music, we boarded the bus and headed to our respective ...
... a bit tastier. Anyway, we have bug eating on our résumé now.
After the two hour tour, we rejoined the rest of the delegates in a large room. We were treated to a choir of local Witnesses singing Kingdom songs - two in the Shona language and one in the Ndebele language. Then we were served a yummy lunch and dessert - all homemade by the branch kitchen staff.
Back to the buses we were herded so we could head over to the assembly hall. By the ...
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