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... the same information I had given in Kinshasa. Medical people in white jackets and surgical masks took the forms and checked them before we were allowed to pass.
I got in another line to get a short term, 20 dollar, visa. I will have one day in Addis. Then I waited in another long line to have my visa stamped. The lines moved very slowly and again there was “cheating” jumping queues, stepping over into the diplomatic line etc. While I was waiting ...
... and bled the rest of the way up the mountain. But
don’t worry I don’t have a concussion and it isn't that deep just a long
scratch. After much sweating panting walking, and amazing views we had arrived
at Entoto. There is a beautiful looking church but if you walk past the gate
you are charged 100 birr no thank you. We got some water talked about our
accomplishment and started our walk back down with in 5 minutes of arriving.
When we got to the ...
... to release the ball from the mesh display net, I felt the eyes of the local community on the back of my neck and turned round to a large crowd of people over the age of 12 who had clearly found the incident worthy of downing tools. Finally the ball was handed over and I was happy to pick up the bill of 25 Bir (80p) just to get rid of the crowd if not for the sense of altruism and the warm feeling that I had relieved the children of boredom for a little while.
... further inspection of my visa and I had in fact turned up eight years early. The Ethiopian calendar is currently on the year 2006, this is a fact. No doubt I will encounter some issues when entering another country and having to explain why I applied for my new passport seven years after using it to visit Ethiopia, but that'll be another opportunity for me to blaze a trail while being placed in jail.
... gate, and the poor attendant just shrugged and stepped aside. The countryside was really spectacular out the window. Looked like you were flying over a huge sandpit - sand as far as the eye could see, and no other hills or features to break it up, except for occasional black pencil lines drawn across the desert. Yep, out in the middle of nowhere there's some highways. Who's the poor guy that has to get out there and sweep them clear every day? Hundreds of miles of bitumen, ...