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... from our faces. Ahhhhhh….
Hwange is known for its large number of elephants. Lion as well. We see both on our second day.
The lionesses are first, about a dozen of them, lying on the sand track that constitutes a road. It is softer and, in the early morning, warmer than the surrounding grass. As our truck approaches, they get up and slowly move away, along the track. After a half hour or so they hang right into the grass and ...
... over 74,000. I believe some 2,000 were baptized. It was very hot and sometimes windy so I was very glad I brought a hat and sunglasses. After the program we chilled for a bit then went out to eat at a Brazilian and Portuguese restaurant. The chicken and spring rolls were quite delicious. I'm a bit tired now so I'm going to get ready for bed and be set for the last day of convention ...
... exchange programme. Two teachers from both schools will swap for a few weeks and exchange teaching methods.
We really want to help this school in many different ways, they have no electricity and are really short on money. They have recently used all their funds to drill a borehole as the children were drinking dirty water, leading to water born infections. In the future we will explain how we want to help and what we can do as a charity to improve learning at ...
... billboards and then you come to a typically grand, Victorian church! It’s CRAZY. On arrival to the community centre, I was really proud to see people taking initiative to do their own things to benefit the land. It was true community spirit. The Hydraform bricks were well underway, we had made altogether that day 1,600! The mothers of disabled children were slashing and clearing the land, and the boys in the village were digging the septic tanks and trenches for ...
... at Harare I was very blessed to have no trouble with immigration or customs and walked straight through without anyone stopping me. I met quickly with Hilary and Rob and after getting some groceries (including a very good burger) we were on our way back to the farm. After a shower and unpacking I now feel much more human and ready for a good nights sleep in a bed rather than upright! So I am safe, I have arrived and I am ready to go on this new adventure (well I will be once I ...