New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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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.
Mabasa Chichaia had a flat tire on his way to Harare, so he called and had Mike Mukarati pick us up from the Hotel to bring us to church.
Church was set for 11 am since the members are mostly in other cities. A big problem and expense for most. Some took a bus for up to 5 hours to get there. Not many live in Harare, and it is not technically at the center of Zimbabwe, but all the roads lead to the capital, so for group meetings it is best. ...
Today we were going to Mwanga Lodge and Bally Vaughan Animal Sanctuary - it was time to see some of the amazing animals Zimbabwe has to offer.
We boarded a bus and headed out of the city to the beautiful countryside - or as the locals say, to the bush. We drove for about 45 minutes until we reached our destination. Along the way, though, we had to stop briefly at a police checkpoint. We have not had any problems with the ...
... to head back to the airport on the city outskirts. We retrieved my bag without incident and made the trek back into town. However, it was rush hour and if you think American cities have terrible traffic problems, you really need to visit this place. At one intersection there were traffic officers directing the cars. Our driver explained that if the officers weren't present, the intersection would be jammed with vehicles since drivers ignore traffic lights at rush hour. Well, we had ...
... appreciation thrown in! With wild Mana Pools our next stop, we were guided by some great advice from a very experienced game hunter and wildlife guide, Bob Warren-Codrington, on what to expect on the next leg of our African Bush adventure. Thanks Dave and Richard for going the extra mile for us and helping COPK to live up to his nickname. Yes, the itinerary has again been changed!
Cheers from the well rested and rejuvenated Kelly's, en route to Mana Pools.
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