Wild Geese Lodge

2 Buckland Lane, Harare, Zimbabwe | Inn
 

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Walking with Rhinos in $4 Shoes

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent

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5

... in a moving vehicle. My heart is thumping in my chest as my feet near-miss a hundred slippery rocks. At this time I have a thought- the same thought that got me off the mountain skiing, the same thought that got me through 6 months of chemotherapy and the same thought that's taken me through pretty much every awful event in my life: "Well, there's only one way you're getting out of this, so you'd better push on through." Back on flat ground ...

Karanda - Final Day

A travel blog entry by catcher0607

... young children now.
We decide to try to go out to eat at a restaurant together! We want to treat them. As we pull into Harare, we notice MANY trees down on power lines. A big storm had come through sometime recently. Julie was sure the TEAM guesthouse would not have power. We came to the gate and could not open it with their remote clickers. We were concerned for a short while, but the gate does open! The guest house has power!
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Back to reality

A travel blog entry by besomeone

5

... of my things and had my last relaxing bath! Everyone was fresh and washed ready for a meeting later in the day. Taurai, Dave, Zania and I got a matatu (local transport) into town. We passed though the botanical gardens in Harare. You would never have thought the city would have such greenery and beautiful landscapes. It was quite surreal looking at all the British colonial buildings and then these carefully preserved gardens. The one thing I wanted to do before I left ...

Supporting the locals

A travel blog entry by besomeone

5

... for 18 of the children’s school fees, which isn’t cheap. The project pays for the school bus to pick them up and the school fees. Patricia hopes to receive enough funds in the future to provide the children with meals. It puts into context how much we undervalue school in the UK, when mothers will skip meals to buy their children uniforms.

One child that had a huge impact on me was a girl called Natasha Thembo, she’s a double orphaned young girl who ...

4 countries, 3 time zones, 2 planes and 1 car!

A travel blog entry by srwinterburn

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1

... some sleep!) Here is a list of things I have learnt so far... 1. ALWAYS leave emergency time, you never know when a tree might block a road! 2. If you are sure enough of your convictions you can take an extra bag on a flight for free (though only when there has been a mess up!) 3. Ethiopian airways don't leave on time so you don't need to run the length of a terminal to catch your flight, but they always seem to arrive on time! 4. Do not assume that all airlines provide travel ...

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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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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good