Hotel de Leopol International
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Today I spent the day reading and sleeping! The Internet has been down pretty much all day, so no posting or Facebook! I took a two hour nap, ate breakfast and lunch at the guest house, and then Robi took me out for a birthday celebration! He took me to get coffee (to drink and to buy!!) and then we went to some souvenir shops! It was helpful to have someone speak ...
... the honey wine as well. Me, I thought it tasted revolting……. Not quite the last to leave but the place was certainly emptying by the time we left. The others went for many more beers at the golf club - me I was knackered and went off to bed as befits my advanced years - so did Tim - not quite sure what his excuse was other than he was knackered as well. Thanks to Laura for sending me some photos of last night - included ...
... plans, totally open about where I'm going and what I am doing today. I'm on my flight now, jetting over Saudi Arabia and then Yemen. The flight crew on Emirates airlines is quite international, very welcoming. A Korean flight attendant is charging my phone for me, the food is surprisingly good and Emirates feeds you a lot. The Ethiopian people on my plane, as I know from Seattle, are kind, a bit shy, they have a grace, confidence and beauty about them that you sense instantly. They are ...
... terrible. The beggars here are all crippled in one way or another.
They have now started re-roofing the hotel and have put the paintings
from the exhibition on show in a large tent in the front car park so
that people can see the hotel is open. Some of the paintings are very
Just messing about in the vehicle whilst waiting.
Mike went out to find the Main ...
... spasmodic. Ate dinner at Rael's Hotel two blocks away with all the football followers watching English football on TV. We are the only Europeans there. Genet says that her road will soon be sealed. This means the pony carts will move further out and the tin houses and shops will soon be replaced by 6 story buildings.i'm glad we have seen the city ...