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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and started to listen to what I was asking of them. After listening to them play and try to get them to play quieter we moved into the Practice hall where the full band gathered and we watched them play Hymns and Marches. They all play very loud and that is something we need to work on. They were confident in their playing and at times sounded like a decent Band. The Band moved outside to play on the March and helped them with their dressing and ...
Ethiopians are a very unique group of people. They don’t feel a strong connection with the
rest of Africa. Indeed, they look very different to sub-Saharan Africans; they have their own calendar – it’s 2006 which means I’m 18; their own time-keeping system – 6 hours behind; and they are the only country in Africa to have never been colonised. This strong national identity and ...
... another dust bowl, unpaved roads and throngs of people carrying boxes stacked taller than their own frame and I'm not exaggerating. I almost caused someone to drop a 6 foot stack of refresher wipes as I hopped out of the mini bus. Although I feel that the last day and a half have got me up to speed with this country, I still felt like a sore thumb in a haystack or some other mixed metaphor as I dodged donkeys, trucks, human pallet ...
... be a lawyer or a teacher living
with their family will qualify over the shoe shine boy who lives alone on the
streets of Addis, orphaned at a young age. It seems cruel and unjust punishment for a kid who has
likely seen more suffering that I can ever imagine but practically speaking
which of the two is more likely to get good post-operative care and
nutrition? I know these ethical
decisions all too well over here – we face ...
... is seven years and about three months behind our Gregorian calendar, so years are always a bit of a muddle when they talk to you about dates. The country was a monarchy until the last God-Emperor Haile Selassie I was deposed in 1974 by a communist military junta known as the Derg, backed by the Soviet Union, as a reaction to the usual rich-poor divide. The country officially became the 'Peoples Democratic Republic of Ethiopia' which, as Yes Minister pithily said, meant ...