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... We had Tibs again for lunch but the beef was served with bread rather than the local injeera. Gondar is an historic royal city of Ethiopia, in the Amhara region. It was the home of many emperors and princesses who ruled the country from the 12th century to the last decade of the 20th century, it w as plundered and burnt on numerous occasions in the 19th century and occupied ...
After an early breakfast at the Regency hotel in Addis Ababa we had an hour flight to Gondar and then a 3 hour drive to the Simien park headquarters at Debark.
En-route we had a cup of tea at Gondar and picked up some camping essentials (brandy) and at Debark we had our first taste ...
... helping me :/
It was awkward and I wish that kind of transaction didn't happen so much.
Tell me upfront if you expect payment for your help, then I can decline it.
Because usually I only let people help me to be polite.
The guy beside me spoke decent English and chatted with me every time I took my headphones off.
Sometimes when I was staring out the window, listening to music, he would tap me on the arm.
... explain to my would-be travel agent that I wasn't about to have a shower with my clothes on and I told him I'd come over when the rain stopped.
The preview of the sub-Saharan rainy season went on for some time and it was already quite late by the time we sat down to do business, the result was that I was stuck between a large mountain and an extremely solid place. Negotiations went on well into a few Dashen beers and the result was probably not as favourable ...
... which are unbelievable! These churches were all each carved out of one block of stone. I couldn't imagine the planning and skill that went into creating these and the ramifications of one mistake! The idea was that these churches would be the new Jerusalem and orthodox Christians now make their pilgrimage here instead of Jerusalem. Some of the churches are connected by a network of tunnels including one long completely dark stretch we went through that is supposed to represent ...