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... them or being ignored. And then when I went just for myself, I said hello and left on my own. They are here on their own adventure and while our paths intersect, they cannot merge. I've grown beyond a chaperon, I have to do my own research and be on my own.
I made my way back the long way over the other side of the neighborhood, enjoying the afternoon sun, taking photos. I also stopped at a liquor store and bought ...
... wheel had lost it's traction. Once we got a grip we moved on to our destination.
Jo' burgh is an interesting contrast of properties, on the outskirts lots of varying sized properties on large plots of land, iIn the town, and not down town, there are more housing and apartment complexes all set behind walled and gated landscapes with a gatekeeper to check you in and out.
We had a ...
... that two men, one Dutch and one English, were traveling to this area and needed an interpreter -- and someone introduced them to Lale (he speaks seven languages, including all of the native dialects in the Omo Valley area). He got to know them from working with them, and eventually started this camp together with them, in which he is a part owner. Very interesting story.
... shuttle to the Waterfront as suggested by our guide Claire. This mall is beautiful but reminds me of something in Connecticut. We chose a South African restaurant Karibu for dinner. Ostrich, Springbok, Chicken Curry were our selections for entrees. All of it was amazing. More laughter and great sharing. I might need to purchase a jacket to stay warm. The walk back to the shuttle is pretty cold.
... service was non existent so after menus were delivered, choking on the prices and no service, Mark & Norman looked at each other and said bugger this & we all walked out. The young Indian fellow who thought he was a waiter still tried to stop us and apologize, but needless to say it was too late. We then walked further down the beach and found yet another Pizza restaurant and decided to eat there. The only problem was that the concrete tables and chairs only seated 4, and ...