Addis View Hotel
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... and cycling in these areas is similar in experience to what you are used to;
2=Somewhat familiar, Some language and cultural differences create minor communication problems. Signs and directions can be more challenging;
3=Unfamiliar, Language and Culture will be noticeably different, ease with which you order food, ask directions and communicate will be reduced significantly;
4=Unusual, Customs, gestures and interactions might seem strange ...
Hello from Ethiopia! Luke and I went separate ways a little over a week ago, him to Uganda and me to Ethiopia, for the next month. It's finally time for us to do some actual work (along with our traveling), and we will both be doing medical rotations at hospitals in our respective cities. We've decided to keep blogging, although separately and probably less frequently, for our last month abroad, so if our blog posts look like we are jumping back and forth ...
... by the company, told to pick me up and catch the others later at lunch. It pays to be clear, I guess. We zoomed off, stopped at the company office in downtown Mekele to register me. Security and protocol for this tour is taken very seriously by the company and the Ethiopian government after a few Westerners were killed 4 years earlier by rogue bandits from Eritrea. There is a large Ethiopian military force in the area now and it is one of the safest parts of the country.
... my flight. Since it’s always uncertain how traffic will be and how quickly things will go at the airport, one often ends up waiting a long time, just to be on the safe side. I bought a sandwich to tide me over until lunch on the plane which, I figured, wouldn’t be before about 2:00 pm.
As the time arrived to begin boarding, agents went through our carryon bags by hand and frisked us all once again. Then we boarded the bus which took us out to the plane where ...
... jeans and tshirt, but with some traditional earrings, I think she is a student, studying in Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia, I think she is from a village outside of Mekelle and has been visiting her family over the weekend and public holiday, I think her mum is a little so she came to give her a hand.
The guy next to me on the plane was friendly, he was from lalibella but works and studies in addis, he had been to his home for ...