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... eating takeout and watching HGTV. We should leave Toronto at 11:30 am tomorrow morning and arrive in Ethiopia at 7:45 am on January 11. Then just one quick hop up north and we should be at Mekele University by 4 pm on Sunday... Thankfully, we only checked one bag full of medical stuff, which is currently in limbo somewhere in the northern hemisphere. We will tackle that problem once we make it to Ethiopia. Here’s to hoping. ...
... as it sounded. There was a beautiful view
across the valley although I chickened out of jumping across the small gap with a 20 foot ravine below to
witness it. My view, as an alive individual, was perfectly fine! Remembering my mal-coordinated tendencies, visions of heading to a rural A and E flashed before my eyes. The farmer
guy, a stereotypical Canadian with a bushy beard and a lumberjacket, warned us
about his pesky neighbour ...
... it her all haha it was so funny. Then she goes up to john and said to him "you know that song was for you"!!!!!! Poor john. But the story is she done the exact tour last year, **** I loved it but I wouldn't come all the way back to America so see the exact same **** as las time but each to their own. But she fell in "love" with her tour guide the first time round so booked again hoping it would be the same tour guide hahaha..seriously!! Anyway enough about her she wasn't ...
... has been.It is funny how we tried to plan everything down to a tee. We would get a good night’s sleep, but get up early and maybe hit the gym so we would be nice and tired for our flight from Toronto to Amsterdam and sleep perfectly the whole way. Well, we haven’t done bad really. We were up early and just had a small cup of coffee, guaranteed to keep us up at least through this flight (YYG to YYZ) so maybe we will sleep through the next one. ...
... kids, but, again, not so many that the re-enactors couldn't squeeze in a chat and explanation of their particular area in between the snotty-nosed hordes!
The usual Blacksmith, Carpenter etc. but also a Weaver (with hand looms, working ones!) and Printer (with flatbed presses) as well as a Photographer and the 'local' Doctor's house (in the days when they still made house calls, there's very little sign that it actually belonged to a medical man!
They had ...