Lewi Hotel & Resort
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We arrived at kebede's village around 10. It was about a 1 hour 15 minute drive from Awassa. Our guide is amazing and had everything arranged. We had 2 Toyota land cruisers to drive us there. There were constant people along the road for the whole drive. You are constantly dodging goats, cows, donkeys and people. Most of the road was dirt and very …
We arrived on time to Addis and our guide was there to meet us. We have all our luggage, over 250 pounds of donations - soccer balls, clothes, water filters, shoes and goody bags for each of kebede's family members. We went to the market to buy some soccer jerseys and beriberi then left for Awassa. It was a lot of traffic getting out of Addis. We …
... been so alone here in Ethiopia.
The boys headed to the market to buy mattresses, and we stayed and chatted for an hour or so until I felt really sick and had to run back to the hotel :/
I don't know if it's the diet or I ate something specific that has been making me sick, but I spent most of my time in Sheshamene and Awassa watching what I ate and staying close to the toilet.
Like Sheshamene, I didn't ...
... my nephew that he wore when he was 11 or 12. Momfasi didn't really like the playground but Megan spent about 20 minutes on the swing. We took a pontoon boat to see the hippos. Fekadu thought Kebede's mom would want to stay home with the little sister for our morning activities but she wanted to go. We asked again before the boat ride if she wanted to wait on shore but she wanted to go. Neither her or any of his family seemed frightened. The ride was nice and we watched as ...
... Bayitu to a place for kids that need help and eventually to the orphanage. His older sister has lived on and off with different relatives. At the end she said to him that he does not need to worry about them, not to be sad because he has his life on America and she knows he has such great opportunity. I shared with her how amazing they are to use every resource available to live. Who would think to suck the liquid out of the corn stalk? None of ...