Protea Hotel Courtyard
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... area, with a few zebra and giraffe hanging around. Our teeth were rattled loose on the roads, and one of the guides stopped us and told us to drive 70-80kph, or else we would break our vehicle! (the parks speed restriction is 50!) Due to the earlier payment delays, we got into the Serengeti very late, but made it just in time to part with more dollars for the next mornings hot-air ballooning trip. ...
... feeling a sort of pinching sensation on the inside of my thigh. Great. I brushed it off thinking something might've caught my pant leg, or maybe I was just being paranoid. But then, I started feeling the pinches every few inches down my leg. So now I'm thinking, "OH MY GOD SOMETHING IS IN MY PANTS!" And right as that's happening, one of the English woman freaked out after finding a safari ant latched into her stomach. Here's where ...
Friday evening wasn't exactly the same as a Friday evening in the States. Since we were staying further outside the city, we had to bajaji it over to an Ethiopian spot called Addis in Dar. This was my first time having Ethiopian food, and I figured it would be best the closer to Ethiopia I get. And I have to say, it was absolutely delicious. Apart from growing pineapples in Boston, I will be checking out more Ethiopian food when I return--for ...
... from my boss in Greece. Anyway I had to throw them away as there were no more point to keep them but it was so hard to find where to buy slippers. I had to walk around the town in bare feet and the concrete was so hot that it drove me nuts. In the end I paid money without negotiation as I really needed it. And I never had such an uncomfortable shoes before haha! In those red slippers I walked few other kilometers and got into offices car ...
Today I spent the whole day, observing and volunteering at the Salvation Army Special Needs school It was a very humbling but rewarding day. They do such great work with such little resources and the children are just lovely. I must admit though I was knackered at the end of it (first time working in 2 months!) ... I got the privilege ...