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... might be brilliant. Passed through customs in Addis Ababa easily, the visa on arrival process was quite smooth, met an anglo guy with an Ethiopian wife who lives in Wallingford, Seattle.
I'm here, wow, grabbed my bag and walked out into the Ethiopian sun, past a few touts, got some great tips from some friendly policemen. Walked with my heavy pack 1 km over to the domestic terminal, funny through a construction site. At a little desk in the corner of terminal, found outthere was ...
... of 1935-43. The Italians were finally kicked out, but the Ethiopians kept pizza and pasta which you can find almost everywhere to this day.
After a quick lunch I worked to finish the draft which happened a little before 5, too late to go out. But the most important thing got done, and I was able to rest physically. After a light dinner, I plan to make it an early night, since tomorrow will have a fairly early ...
... wonder whether he just guessed I was a foreigner or it was because I was closest to the open door, his eyes definitely didn't work and were pointing in opposite directions. This is the third world, you can't avoid it, you can't ignore it but you can't go around like you're on a charity mission either and I had to wait for the door to close before I could take a big sigh of relief and exhale some of my deep western guilt. ...
... injury to the brain that
needs dealing with. I am not
sure why this type of assault is so common here. It is not as if there are a ton of trees in this city. In general I would say most Ethiopian
men (I can’t recall ever seeing a woman with this type of injury) tend to be on
the scrawny side so maybe this is their way of compensating??!?
A distant second for causes for head injury in this ...
... a part of it. I had never really realized how our gain had been such a loss to so many others.
On a lighter note, the airplane boarding was chaos on steroids. I've traveled a lot and been bothered by many people who bring on too many carry-on's and hold up the departure. But I now have a new respect for flight attendants who have to deal with people "trained" to board airplanes by riding public buses (i.e. no assigned seating) like you see pictured in India ...