Addis View Hotel
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... forward to using their facilities at the same time! After lunch we returned to the hotel to formulate a training program for the duration of our visit. The idea is that the ENDF Band will perform for a Remembrance Day Parade on their own and we will use our 'expertise' to help them. We are the 6th training team to visit them but they usually perform a short marching display in the barracks so this is the first time ...
... I didn't get to say
goodbye. When his family finally arrived they were so grateful they day had
come and I ended up just sitting aside because this is by far the hardest
adoption so far. I gave him his bracelet, the parents took a picture of us, I
gave him my address and they were on their way. :( That evening the volunteers and I meet for dinner at a beautiful tourist trap of a restaurant called Lucy's. The guy in
front of me in line for the ...
... stewardess tries to mouth to us but could not read
her lips. Fortunately, a woman with infant gets up and give us her seat
and the one next to it so we can be together and the woman and son can
Dinner is served again and following the rule of
eating when you can, ate some of the meal and enjoyed another glass of
wine. Did sleep off and on during the flight but not a real restful
... My flight leaves in 2 hours and I am so sad to be leaving this beautiful, beautiful country, the people I have met and the things that I have experienced, will stay with me for the rest of my life. This moment in particular sums up the warmth, friendliness and hospitality I have received since arriving here and I am honoured to be invited to this very special occasion, so...Semahar en Baharat ankwan das alatch...' (Congratulations to Semahar and Berahat)
Over here, you have to be prepared for anything to happen. I have learned that over the years. I have also learned to roll with it. During my first visit here I used to get so upset at how many things were "broken" or “not right” and really worked up to try and “fix it” or else atleast attempt to tackle the problem. There was a lot of complacency around and it was frustrating. I was pretty exhausted after that first trip ...