Wild Geese Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... which stands out above the rest, and the good news is that this is a mere warm up for his own show.
Clearly, I cannot miss Vee's live performance, which takes place on a tented stage the following day. It is a roaring success. A former paper factory employee in the quiet eastern town of Mutare, I am staggered by his flamboyance, energy and charisma. He arrives on stage wearing a white blazer with African print lapels, jumps straight into ...
... 8230; No one was as good at dreadlocks than Zimbabweans.
Martha, Dave, Sam, Zania and the rest of the team all went to Nyakudya primary school whilst I stayed and had my hair retouched. However, I did make sure that someone took my camera so I could get some images. When they came back we had a quick lunch and I drove a car full of people to Harare for various things. Only Dave (Martha’s husband) and I ...
... 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 ...
First post, not much to say convention related of course, finally arrived in Harare Wednesday evening. It felt like we were never going to leave an airport or plane, at least I slept decently whilst on the aero plane. On the flight from Dubai to Harare, the majority of the passengers were brothers and sisters, some of whom, coincidentally, ...
... us, direct us, and give us goody bags with presents. Included in the gifts is a pillow decorated with African animals. We learned they were for the purpose of cushioning our bums for three days sitting on the cement seats of the national stadium for the convention. A group of the local Witnesses is stationed in the hotel lobby all day and evening to help us with our needs. Zimbabwe is a third world country, or to be politically correct, a developing nation. As such, it does not ...