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tower of building blocks you can make on my back. I am learning a
little bit of Amharic knowing how to count from 1-6 and saying ...
... then left the police in the reception to get something to eat.
No one was serving me at the restaurant in the hotel, probably because I looked like I'd been crying for an hour and they might have heard I'd been brought in by the cops, so I popped outside to the restaurant two doors over.
Penseye's the manager, and he was working so he sat with me and made me wear his jacket because I was freezing and bought me dinner and like 4 bottles of water ...
... But, for how long? Stop! Stop the truck!!!
-----I got out in the middle of nowhere, and followed a path into the jungle. Above my head in the forest, large monkeys swung from the trees. Baboons?
-----I came to a clearing. I set up my tent. I armed myself with rocks and logs, in case the baboons attacked.
-----Instead of baboons, the rains came. June, July, and August were the rainy season. The worst time to travel in Ethiopia.
... thinking that I shouldn't have bothered convincing myself that I really needed one and instead have just been up front that I had no real purpose.
We sat with some of his friends and they apparently discussed sim cards for a good 7 minutes while chewing chat leaves. I was finding the wild sim chase fascinating yet physically tiring as we clambered over urine soaked rocks and into the seemingly more ghetto part of ...
... world’s most famous fossil. Lucy returned home to Ethiopia after a 5 year tour of the U.S. Sadly, the original bones are no longer displayed but a replica is kept in a glass case in the National Museum of Ethiopia. There were displays of other bones of hominids found around that time too. It was fascinating and humbling too that these are the remains of our ancestors. Lucy was a diminutive 3ft 7 inches. She was named 'Lucy' as the Beatles' song "Lucy in ...