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Well, to say I was excited is an understatement. Ever since I bought the book 6 years ago I had wondered if I'd ever get here. Ethiopia is the first country in the book and Gondar is the first destination so a monumental moment for me - plus the next day would be my birthday so double whammy! I was joining the Dragoman truck, en route from Cairo to …
... Mark and John head on, Karen and I take our granny gear pace up the 8km of switchbacks. Really was not that bad until the last km when my stomach cramped up, oh is sucked. Luckily there was a culvert and a stone wall to stretch and get in some water. 5min was back and to the top was super easy. Then the best part, the downhill! Whizzing down but keeping the brakes on due to traffic was such an amazing view. Some part down, we meet up with ...
... off. AWOL has some dings and dents in her, no clue how some of them got there. But that's what life's about. If some one inquires about the beat up AWOL outside Timmies, well, she did go across Africa. The bike rack is looking a bit rough too. Some lovely marks on it as well. but hey, rather rest her on the bike rack then on the brakes or gears. After 4 time to pack up and fill up the locker for tomorrow. Gonder has been great, and would recommended Goha Hotel to travellers in ...
Last few days have been a rough time, not only for the riders but the staff as well. Things that could go wrong went wrong and some more. The roads were very rough!! Corrugate is not easy on 2 wheels or 6/8/10. The last day I rode it was a painful slow pace to the Land Rover at 25km, left camp at 7.30 to arrive at the Land Rover at 11. Yeah not pleasant. There was no easy way to go with AWOL. She got *****y and dumped me, but really it was in a tire rut about 2ft deep and the tires ...
Unfortunately it can take between 1 and 6 days for the payment to go
to Egypt and then it is about 4 days transit by DHL to get the goods
here. In the meantime we are parked outside the garage, which is
filthy dirty and smelly ( as is most of the town). We have managed to
go into town with the moped, but cannot buy very much in the way of
food. We are getting 3 rolls a day from a burger bar and have found
some small shops where we can buy tuna ...