Wild Geese Lodge

Address: 2 Buckland Lane, Harare, Zimbabwe | Inn
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This inn, located on 2 Buckland Lane, Harare, is near Natural History Museum, Matobo Hills, Khami Ruins, and Leopard Rock Golf and Country Club.
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      Work as normal

      A travel blog entry by besomeone on Jan 13, 2015

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      ... Tau said. I totally agreed, when all trustees, volunteers, friends and family are in the same confined compound it is hard work. However, when I am out with Tau I feel free. It is a very welcomed, comforting feeling. Two days ago I drove around Harare with Taurai and Tafadzwa and we searched for a few things that the centre needed, comparing hardware prices.

      Later on this evening Gogo Rosie (Our founders mom) invited us all around for a ...

      Harare - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... is a monument dedicated to Zimbabwe's fallen soldiers. It's called Hero's Acre. Because of the brother's heavy accent, I couldn't understand what he said. Derek had to help me out. In fact, he's had to help me periodically - I can tell some stories when I get home.

      After about an hour of driving, first through the city, then through some medium-sized towns, we finally reached our destination. As we pulled in front of the Kingdom Halls (there are two on the property), we ...

      From New York to Zimbabwe

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... of the luxuries or safety a developed nation like the USA has. For example, electricity blackouts can occur a couple times each week. The internet is not always so easily available (which is why my travel blog entries may be posted sporadically while we're in Zimbabwe). Roads are not well maintained. And as I mentioned, safety is not top notch. I don't think the police are particularly helpful and furthermore, you invite trouble for even taking a photo of an officer. That is ...


      A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... us 30 min to exit SA and get across the bridge. The Zim side was packed with lorries, buses, coaches, cars and just people everywhere. We took a deep breath and got out of the car, immediately telling the touts and guma gumas (guys telling you they have connections for however much cash etc...) to politely go away. The steps to cross the border are as follows: 1. Get blue gate pass, paying $10 bridge fee 2. Queue for immigration paying $55 per person entrance visa 3. ...

      Walking with Rhinos in $4 Shoes

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 27, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... primary uses of the horn - as an aphrodisiac, hangover cure or headache solution - have all been scientifically disproven on multiple occasions. The latest solution is to biologically infect the horn so that anyone who ingests it will be made violently ill. A number of farmers have also taken to painting it with arsenic, resulting in several deaths overseas- Andy seems to approve of this method. At lunch, I ask Andy about his former hunting carer, about ...