Mbizi Game Park
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the main entrance and were greeted by a man called Francis. He was the community development officer for the embassy and the one who I had arranged the meeting with.
The best part of the day was the Norwegian coffee and the complimentary biscuits they provided. Living in a village, these luxury items aren’t on our shopping list. The coffee was freshly ground and as we were serving Inger Tveit of ...
... would a solar panel for power, and would give our members better status in the community, and less prejudice against their beliefs
After dinner, Mike and Chisomo Chichya asked if I would bless their daughter, little 8 week old Crystal, since I would not be at the Victoria feast site. It was an honor to fulfill their request.
We leave after breakfast in the morning to go back to Johannesburg for a couple days before going on to Blantyre, Malawi.
... captain, asked us not to take photos in this area. The people selling their crafts would not appreciate it, so we respected their wishes.
The market was outdoor and the merchants had their wares displayed on low makeshift platforms. There was everything you can imagine including clothing, jewelry, stone carvings, baskets, and furniture. The most plentiful item was stone carvings. These were usually African animals or busts of traditional ...
... my suitcase had arrived at the airport. Oh, did I forget to mention that I had been without my suitcase for two days since we arrived in Zimbabwe? Well I had and it was a most irritating experience - probably why I neglected to include that tidbit. But the local friends took good care of me, so it wasn't so bad. And I wasn't going to let it affect my good time. Several of the delegates experienced the same tragedy, but all lost suitcases arrived within a day or two.
So we got ...
... Uncle's Silver Manufacturing Business on the outskirts of Harare. Patrick Mavros is world renowned for his Jewelry creations & special masterpieces of intricate design and sculpting, anything from an exquisite stud earring to an amazing Lamp Stand or perfect Cheetah specimens mounted on Ebony plinths. My husband was very generous with the plastic and made a few people happy. Thanks Dugald, you have other talents lurking in that lanky frame!