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... the ENDF Band who we will be teaching while we are here. We all took our turn to introduce ourselves and a bit about each of us. This all had to be translated as not all the musicians had a full grasp of English. For lunch we were taken to the British Embassy which is in a very secure compound which has a full sized 6 hole golf course as well as a horse riding track around it. We will be having lunch here everyday so we ...
... off with their counterpart had no families but after seeing the pictures of their young children I can’t imagine how hard it is to leave them for a whole day sometimes even holidays to be with kids that biologically aren't theirs and show them the same amount of love as they give their own children. Working in an orphanage really restores your faith in people you truly see ...
... to the leg, blah blah blah.
He followed me as I walked up the street, talking at me about politics (he studies Political Science).
He asked where I was going and even though I was going nowhere but maybe looking for somewhere to have lunch, I told him I needed an internet café because I had important things to do, and I hoped this would make him leave me alone.
He offered to show me to the internet café, then wanted to take me to the bus ...
... he replied:
'He's an idiot anyway, he comes from the country, he's a bit slow!'
Cassie then proceeded to call the bluff of those who had proclaimed to have a good grasp of English, by introducing them to me. They would stutter a bit and try and muster the word 'hello' then Cassie would berate them in Amharic for being phonies.
By midnight I had been invited to an all day food and drink party the following day and although I had been thinking about ...
... day at rush hour is beyond me. The estimates are that 7-9 million people live in Addis now. I am not sure how many cars there are
now but given that Meskel square is located in the center of town I am guessing
atleast 100,000 cars pass by there every day.
And no discussion of Addis is complete without mention of
the modes of transportation available here. The poorest people pile onto buses. For a couple of ...