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... I really love how friendly people are, good conversations can be had as human beings.
When I took my flight in to Mekelle it was foggy, unclear however today was optimum weather to see the incredible landscape. The land is like a mosaic made up of different shape fields, seeds have been sewn waiting for the rain, shades of Brown, beige and yellow with vast flat land to mountainous terrain,
There are ripples and patterns ...
... 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 ...
... learned to enjoy them here but am now getting slightly tired of them. Two other main foods we have been eating have been fasting food and spaghetti. Fasting food is a dish of injera (a giant floppy fermented pancake like base) topped with an assortment of things (some unidentifiable) including lentils, potatoes, a bean like paste, and cabbage. It is usually has a little kick which is fantastic. I personally never acquired the taste for injera but LOVE the fasting ...
... or atleast in this city, appears to be a “road traffic accident” which usually
involves a pedestrian being hit by a car.
I am actually surprised more of these don’t occur given the general state
of mayhem that appears to exist in the streets. Between the overall state of disrepair of the average car on
the street (usually built circa 1975), the pervasive exhaust fumes that laden
the air with a ...
... life). Before this, most of our time has been spent in homes, walking, or driving, so we were never in one place out in public for very long. But at the museum we were standing listening to our guide.
I noticed a little big eyed boy, probably about 4, shying trying to get a look at us from a "safe" distance. He quickly disappeared when I made eye contact and smiled. But he soon returned with a little girl (probably around ...