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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had salmon and I had a nice salad with chicken. It as a good end to a long day.
The old British Lodge has a great view of the bridge accross the Zambezi river between Zambia and ZImbabwe. At a recent WTO meeting they had installed some lights that changed colors, giving the bridge a rotating set of colors after the sun set.
After dinner we returned to our hotel and packed for the departure the next day. At 11 am we got ...
SCREECH. In the corner of my eye, I catch a ghostly shape moving quickly and silently through the darkness. 'Bat?' I ask my host, Cecil.
'Barn owl', he replies, matter-of-factly. A barn owl. I never knew they screeched - I thought they were supposed to hoot, twit and twoo. Come to think of it, I never knew you could get barn owls in Africa. And yet here they were, happily nesting in the dense dry skirt of a washingtonia palm that towers over the swimming pool in ...
The night before it had rained so hard that the tent I brought to Zimbabwe had flooded. This tent turned out to be such a hassle to get to Zim, it was so long and heavy to carry. It turned out that the tent was almost 34kg! But, if I hadn't had brought it I wouldn’t have a place to sleep so it was sort of essential. As I go straight back to New York from Harare, I had to pack very lightly therefore I hardly have anything.
It is hard to stay in the tent in the ...
... to the stadium. Our driver had to take some residential streets on Friday morning due to traffic. As we approached the stadium, there were hundreds of buses and cars lined up to turn into the parking lot. By the way, just because this is the National Stadium doesn't mean it actually has a paved parking lot. As one brother remarked, "T.I.A." - or "this is Africa." The huge parking area is grass and dirt.
Traffic officers directed vehicles in order to keep ...
... and I boarded, there were only a few seats left so we each sat in different rows. I ended up sitting with two sisters from Mississippi - Brenda and Monica. It wasn't long before those two had me cracking up with stories from their hometown. They are such sweet and funny ladies.
We arrived at the assembly hall. Congregations meet twice a week for Bible based meetings at Kingdom Halls. About 10 to 15 congregations make up a circuit and each circuit ...