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Ethiopian Air is becoming our mobile home, as we flew from N'Djamena to Addis Ababa, were put up in a small friendly hotel for a lay over, without needing to pay for a visa; then flew to Lilongwe, where we were welcomed by a number of friendly airport staff, and could greet people on Chichewa, and then continue in English, without much fear of …
... pictures to Facebook so, those who don't have it, please ask a friend - if you're interested that is!! I cannot think of another way around it at the moment. I had to be back at the Lodge before dark so I left at just before 6 o'clock. I had dinner at 7.30pm and the bed. It gets light here about 4.30am and I usually hear the call to prayer at dawn. It's lovely to hear a real voice calling people to the mosque and not an electronic version. Life gets going early ...
... most ways to Switzerland, but also to neighbouring countries such as Kenya or Tansania (not as spoilt yet by tourism). But then again, certain things are the same as in other countries in Africa. We had a lot of time to share Alan and myself. We talked a lot - Alan a lot about his Life and the decisions he had taken. I think it was very important that the 2 of us made this trip together. Now I understand him better, and hopefully he does the same with ...
... to me while I am writing these words... And I myself am probably going for a read or so, it's holiday time anyways. A few ours of walking around already gives you enough to contemplate one. I also realised these holidays are going to be a at a lower pace than I am used to - but this is completely fine with me. We are going to take it cool, calm and easy! No hurry, no stress and the primary goal is to stay healthy ...
... decided to
each carry one bag to be checked and our two carry on's. We also wanted
to carry some of our kitchen supplies to make sure we had everything we
needed. So, this is what we spent most of our full day at Mabuya
doing, going through our stuff, shifting things and getting the weight
right in all of our checked baggage.
So on Thursday, August 14 we
got up at 5:30 a.m. and did ...