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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... brought as gifts for our conference attendees. He then goes on to enquire as to the value of these items. Not having any paperwork (specifically invoices indicating the price) we agree to settle on a value of USD 1 per bottle. Then he questions as to the value of the name tags, and here we agree to USD 5 for all 50. He leaves and calls his female coworker that is doing the paper word. While i wait to be taxed, both Nick and ...
We had a visit at 6am by a family of 3 elephants who just wandered around Kirsty taking a
look at us. At the same time there was a group of impala and baboons
also in the area. On the way out of the park we visited a waterhole
again and this time saw 8 crocodiles, 6 hippos, impala, baboons,
various birds and buffalo. Leaving the park was just as long getting
out and then we drove to the capitol Harare. On the way ...
... would wolf down a mopani worm?! My courageous husband took the challenge and chewed down on one of those larva. Eeewwww! But of course I didn't want leave Zimbabwe without trying it, so I took a bite off one. They were roasted, so if you had images of sliminess, that wasn't a problem. They were dry and bland. I wouldn't say they were disgusting, they're just not very good. The local brothers told us they like to eat them with a sauce, so maybe that makes them ...
... to donate onto other schools and projects in the area. We have got most of the way there in cataloging the new books but it is surprising the things that are donated, to name a few: family photo albums, completed colouring books, a card game with no cards and a feather duster! However, we have come across some gems, including copies of books from the 1800s and early 1900s! We started delivering the books today and have already donated 250 books to the local school, ...
This morning I woke up at 5:30am! Dave was still feeling rough this morning and Sam and Zania were still tired from the flight. So this morning it was just Martha and I. I had an amazing bath, I could relax and lay there for the first time in ages. Martha and I finally left at around 7:45, the first thing to do was to go and meet Gogo Rosie at the local supermarket. In Zimbabwe and most African cultures the eldest of the offspring supports the rest of the family. Martha is deemed as ...