Bole Ambassador Hotel Apartment
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Internet works well, food is great, location is prime
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... As we were finishing our meal the show began. It was a history of
dance throughout Ethiopia and for those who are unaware Ethiopians are
known for their shoulder dancing. As the night progressed I was a fun
... of the mountain.
The view was beautiful, and it was hard to believe we were just outside of Addis- all of a sudden the lifestyle was very rural, passing women walking on the road carrying huge bunches of wood.
Anyway, we walked around the church, popping in to the bell tower at the worst possible moment.
It rang so loud when I was like 2 feet from it, and right in my ears.
We went around back to check out the old Palace, and ...
... many distant places and people, this probably wasn't feasible.)
-----Ambition caused me to fly to Ethiopia, where my fifteen years of world travels would culminate. I suffered the discomfort of flying.
-----From Malta to Istanbul ... I sat beside an African soccer player whose face seemed disgusted by all people who weren't cool enough to be soccer players. From Istanbul to Ethiopia ... I sat beside a North American who was addicted to ...
... showing me around, perhaps in his fifties or sixties, had been a victim of this torture and could not use his legs properly to this day. The whole experience was quite upsetting for me but I was glad to have learnt something about it. Admission to the museum was free but donations to the guides were accepted, I made sure that my guide knew how much I had appreciated his time and left the museum feeling slightly less innocent, yet more wise. ...
... no discrimination for mini-taxis, the
regular taxis discriminate. A
lot. They have Ethiopian prices
and ferenje (white person) prices.
Usually the latter is atleast double the former. It ****** me off. I end up paying more for a taxi in
Addis than I would in KC. And the
ride is not nearly as comfortable and safe! One Ethiopian I met claimed I was “robbing” his fellow
countrymen asking for a fair taxi ...