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... then grabbed a coffee, and I was actually pleasantly surprised that we got on really well and I really enjoyed his company.
He told me instead of going to the museum I should go just outside of Addis to this mountain called Entoto where there's a beautiful church and the first Ethiopian King's Palace.
I couldn't get there on my own via minibus (it took us three different buses, I would have been totally lost) but of course he offered to take ...
... of the younger generation are starting to dress in more western style clothing.
We departed Axum for Shire which was merely a stopover in order to catch another bus to Gondar. And what a bus it was - a rumpty local bus with no other faranjis daft enough to travel this way. It was a race to the bus when the gates opened at 6.00am, and a free for all to get on board and find a seat. We lost out and ended up in the very back corner, with ...
... museum, avoid eye contact, unwanted handshakes, and master the Heisman (Stiff arm in the FACE)
While researching things-to-do in Ethiopia, the National Museum came highly recommended by fellow travellers. Yet our arrival at the front gate made us question the creditability of those travellers, as it was ill lit, run down and abandon looking. But for only 10 Birr ($0.50), we figured why ...
... here where the portable unit was missing a wheel
and the arm was rusted meaning you set it up at the beginning of the case and
were completely unable to move it again.
The suction units and the monopolar/ bilpolar caudery
units. Essentially all the
equipment required to control blood loss.
The suction removes blood from the surgical field allowing the surgeon
to visualize the tissue and the ...
... and the slightest wind would see you doing it all again.
Closer to our destination it was brown earth, with the occasional volcano as we crossed the rift valley, and almost black forests dotted every so often. Unlike our bright green trees, they are very dark green, which almost gives it a feel of a coal mining district.
Then I hit Africa. There was nobody at the airport to meet me as arranged, and my hotel transfer wasn't about. After 30 minutes of waiting, ...