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... meat firfir so I just had a coffee, which this restaurant didn't have so they sent a boy to another restaurant to get one for me.
We chatted a bit- one spoke good English, one spoke a little, and the third none at all, but they were friendly and funny.
There was a big rock on the cashiers desk and the guy who spoke a little English brought it over to show me, then made me video tape him while he talked about it in Amharic.
I met the Belgi’s at 7am and we all had breakfast before hitting the road. I was excited about a bit of a road trip with people to chat to, rather than people with chat leaves. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy the public transport in Ethiopia but, for a dawn to dusk journey, a bit of company and the ability to stop when required was very welcome.
Surrounded by three lawyers and a journalist, my own ...
... Debra Berhan Selassie, a church that avoided the wrath of the Sudanese by chance as thousands of bees happened to swarm out at the time of attack. It sounds like one of those likely stories but everything I have read and everyone I have talked to has told the story without a hint of irony so I will assume that this is the official line on why the church is in such good shape.
I walked in and had a look but appeared to be disturbing a service, there were ...
... My ticket gave me entrance to the large baths used by the city's previously resident monarchs, but I had more pressing tasks at hand, namely to send a birthday card, buy some nail clippers and to trim my beard.
All of the above could have been avoided if I'd 1. posted the card from Heathrow 2 & 3 brought my own nail clippers and beard trimmers. I managed to remember the charger for the trimmers but having rubbed this all over ...
... African history consisted only of tribal warriors, mud huts and European colonisation.
Unfortunately, the Gonder of the present day doesn't seem to live at the standard of it's ancestry and a sack of dirt was dropped at my feet as I ordered a coffee. Donkeys came and chewed at the grass by my feet and an abnormally large amount of beggars seem to be roaming the streets.
The story goes that this city's hayday was between the 17th century and ...