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... they are gone!
The elephants show up at camp, just after lunch. We see them as we are walking to our tent. They are moving quickly, in a line, toward the water hole in front of the main tent. We move quickly as well, cameras in hand, to the roof-top deck of the main tent. A perfect place to watch them frolicking in the mud and water. All sizes: large, medium, small and tiny. About 30 of them. Soon they move away into the grass and poof, they too ...
... into the main entrance and were greeted by a man called Francis. He was the community development officer for the embassy and the one who I had arranged the meeting with.
The best part of the day was the Norwegian coffee and the complimentary biscuits they provided. Living in a village, these luxury items aren’t on our shopping list. The coffee was freshly ground and as we were serving Inger Tveit of ...
Dave and Richard Morris welcomed us into their rambling home in the suburb of Highlands and after 3 loads of washing, filling the tanks and sorting out extra storage and food, we were back in business. A surprise visit by Dugald MacDonald had us remembering the good old Bishops' days while catching up with his career in the Mining sector in Zim and how he has adapted to living in Harare after his Post Grad year at Oxford. He offered us an opportunity to ...
... has been great to be more involved this time. Up until today I have been helping the boys down at the home with some school work to help them get ready for going back to school. They are all very behind so it has been good to be able to help them out with some English and Maths work. While being down at the home I have also spent time with the 'babies' (Daniel, 2, and Tatenda, 1) they are absolutely gorgeous and such fun, if not very exhausting to play with. The first day ...
... hardly any functioning traffic lights and matatu’s (public transport) pulling out straight in front of you. Once we had collected Richards vehicle I was overwhelmed, I hardly ever drive in the UK, especially alone. I felt so free and surprisingly at home! From that point onwards Martha directed me into Harare centre.
I have to be honest with people reading my blog, whilst in Kenya’s capitol Nairobi I didn’t like it. It was crowded with people trying ...