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... water rather than swimming too far. I had a vision I would emerge from the water like a 'Bond girl', with beach waved hair and golden tan...I'm afraid to say that after losing my balance a couple of times and going under, I was more like a drowned rat with skew whiff sunglasses!
It is very very breezy down there and I realised I had had enough sun after a few hours so I headed up to the place I had booked to ...
... to eat. He had found the pie in a 'leftover' bin at the back of a restaurant. This was just one of hundreds of stories.
As I looked around I couldn't begin to take in the sights..babies of just 2 years old running around with nothing on, using a potty just inches from broken glass, litter you had to wade through, children of all ages play fighting, chickens doing their business here there&everywhere, and scattered ...
... or other means to get back to Nairobi. Watching him storm off, it was my turn to be seen. "There are no flights departing to JKIA today" was the first thing she said to me. I knew that I would have to keep my cool but at the same time work a way around it. I kept repeating my situation to her but she didn't seem to care. I took my time and told the girls to go take a seat, I explained to her about getting back to Nairobi in order to connect flights. ...
... breakdown was funny and so were the second, the third, the forth...but standing still with a smoking engine in the middle of nowhere, while it's getting dark and finding out later that 5 km further away there were 5 wild hyenas...that's maybe a bit too adventurous for us... After a whole day of traveling, we did reach Hosana (which is a 2 hours drive away from Addis), couldn't blame Muller, cause he was very relaxed (10 minutes relax, no worry, car ok, check ok, ...
... So appreciated.
That evening there were probably 8
extra girls on my homestead that came to play with me. They live
super close too and none of them go to school. So I had them running
relay races. It's pretty fun to watch. They run for the fun of it-
not to win. Pendo's face coming around the final turn is hilarious.
She is the smallest and youngest. Her eyes bug out and her nostrils
flare. She cracks me up.