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... br> I had a quick "Kyley, you should have learned your lesson and not do this!" moment, but my other option was eating dinner alone, and he promised we weren't going far, and we would leave the second I said I wanted to.
So we quickly got our shoes shined, then took a short bus ride to the Addis Ababa Restaurant, the only place in town with traditional Tej.
The place was packed so we ended up sitting with two brothers ...
Waking around Piazza, I couldn't really work out what the fuss was all about. The place looked identical to everywhere else I'd seen so, at a loss I sat and had a strong coffee, served in a small glass like an espresso. Ethiopia has a reputation for producing some of the best coffee on the planet and from what I can tell so far it seems deserved.
Further up the road I found a big roundabout with a statue of a horseman, I later learnt this was King Menelik, whose wife ...
... have broken this thing’s toe.
Thankfully she understood well enough and the next day the
world’s biggest rat trap appeared on my table. It was archaic looking – made of all metal. Nothing like the home depot version I
was used to. Next, I faced another
dilemma – what does one place in a rat trap to catch an Ethiopian rat? Injera? Bread? In the
end I elected to dab some peanut butter in ...
We have a three hour layover I'm Ethiopia before we fly the remaining four hours to Bujumbura. I walked through the airport to explore the lifestyle here and while there are many similarities in the city, I'm seeing so many differences and already realizing how much we take for granted back home. Hygiene, organization, mannerism, etc. I can only imagine how it is going to be in the ...
... continue hiking for a bit a few head for the mini bus and the rest of us continue to the falls. On the way back to camp we stop to see the baboons, this time I have my ipad so I can do video...lee has had my camera for most of the trek so he's taking still pictures. We can get within 3 to 4 feet of the baboons except the mothers with young ones they are protective. Now I am happy. Back to camp and prepare for dinner as well as start packing up for our early leave ...