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Graeme Sharp
Proud Zimbabwe | Global Citizen | Adventure Tourism (Dip.) | Management Executive (MBA) | African Safaris | Conservation | Expeditions | 4x4 Travel | Dakar 2020
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Graeme Sharp Jul 2
Replying to @Simon_KhayaMoyo
It’s July 2020 the last time I checked, not February 2023!
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Graeme Sharp Jul 1
Replying to @graeme_sharp
2.Are European, Middle East and Asian markets better bets? Are our facilities tailored to these markets & their needs? Is the “private safari experience” the new normal? Are we engaging with the right inbound tour operators? How do these markets view African safari experiences?
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Graeme Sharp Jul 1
do countries respond to post safari & tourism opportunities with the US “offline” for the foreseeable future due to worsening infection rates - both as a competing destination and as a traditional high value tourism market for Southern Africa?
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Graeme Sharp Jun 30
Positive steps by and towards the reopening of our National Parks & wilderness spaces. The role of domestic tourism in region is a critical reprieve for the impacted international market. Market needs to adapt accordingly!
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Graeme Sharp Jun 5
Replying to @AskPayPal @PayPal
& when playing that really fun game “Lift My Limitation” in your help centre; after level 2 of ineffective customer service, what awaits us on level 3 and 4? Which level do we get to talk to a real intelligent human being?
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Graeme Sharp Jun 5
These guys are ridiculous and this level of response is a joke regarding the limitations. There appears to be a lack of capable people in this business?
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Graeme Sharp Apr 7
A moment of peacefulness in uncertain, stressful times. All of us are at the helm of something in these rough waters - a relationship, a family, a business, an industry or a dream. Stay calm, stay flexible, be kind! 💪🏻🇿🇼💯🙏🏻
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Graeme Sharp Apr 2
Replying to @robynkriel1 @Mayluux
you spelt “journalist” wrong...
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Graeme Sharp Mar 25
Replying to @begottensun
Well done that man! Your out the (veg) box thinking, commitment to quality and excellence in customer service are uncommon today! Makorokoto Mukoma!
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Graeme Sharp Mar 25
Replying to @NYGovCuomo
Funny how in our darkest hours of need it’s the nurses, delivery drivers & janitors stepping up around the world & becoming the heroes...how those corporate bankers, airline execs & Wall St. 6 figure salaries working out for us?
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Graeme Sharp Mar 18
Replying to @graeme_sharp
3/3 DM me, and I’m sure along with some good folks we can make a plan to ensure they are all good, stocked up and well covered during these uncertain times! Remember, this storm too will pass...
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Graeme Sharp Mar 18
Replying to @graeme_sharp
2/3 Diaspora, or those quarantined abroad, if you have elderly family, friends or relatives in Zimbabwe and you’re worried about their well-being, medication needs and general provisions at this time of uncertainty...
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Graeme Sharp Mar 18
1/3 Zimbabweans, home and abroad - we’ve been dealing with similar uncertainty, shortages, anxiety and a general state of disruption for 20 plus years. Normally I’d say we’ve got this! However, this time round - we need to take extra precautions and look out for those around us.
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Graeme Sharp Mar 15
Zimbabwe National MX today was on fire at , great to see the riders of tomorrow battling it out all afternoon. One of these kids will be at one day! Thanks for the opportunity to .
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Graeme Sharp Mar 10
“In the end, we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand and we will understand only what we are taught” - Baba Dioum. I’ve been in sharing with an empowered group of people with inspiring community and conservation wins.
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Graeme Sharp Mar 10
Thursday (12th March) join me as I share my experience from - the freezing cold, 800km days on the bike, towing a teammate 180kms through the desert at night and having access to your own fuel truck😜...See you at Sorellas Pizza @ 6PM.
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Graeme Sharp Mar 10
Thanks for the opportunity to share the story and hopefully encourage more Zimbabweans to take on their own “DAKAR’s”
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Graeme Sharp Jan 29
Thanks for your interest and support of !
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Graeme Sharp Jan 24
Thanks for all the messages of support this week🙏 For those that can make it, I'm going to be at the Tin Roof on Enterprise Road in Chisipite next Fri 31st Jan from 3.30pm-7pm- pop by for an informal chat about experience! Cash bar for drinks and snacks.
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Graeme Sharp Jan 19
Thank you - it feels good to be home! 🙏🇿🇼🏁
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