Queen of Sheba Hotel
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... and everyone must have gone home as it was just me and the security guy left
In the morning, my first view was table mountain from my room, not as high, but it looked impressive, it was off to a breakfast and then get ready to join the truck and get all my kit on board and see what stuff had made it from the other truck
It turned out ...
... a full pat down search, inside an amazing room full of locals and Europeans, reminded me in a small way of a Beer Hall. Led to a small table and chairs not far from the stage where we then spent the next few hours absolutely amazed by the dancing and accompanying music. The energy of the dancers was unbelievable - they must be on something to keep it up for as long as they do every night. The isolations of their muscles and the ...
... the surrogate child was conceived, his wife in Lynnwood got pregnant naturally. So, they will be brothers, incredible. He was so happy. Also on my flight, an East Indian woman who lives in Vancouver BC, going with her 4 month old baby to her sister's wedding in Hyderabad. She was so happy, excited to see family, cute baby. Next to me, there was a sweet Saudi Arabian guy who goes to university in Portland Oregon happily going home for the holidays. And then, my favorite, great talk with a ...
... it. I explained it all to them and whilst they
would accept the Hotels letter they now insisted that we have a visa
from Saudi Arabia, our next destination, before they would issue a 15
day transit visa for Sudan. Once more it is too late to get to the
Saudi Embassy so have to wait till Monday. Instead we both went to
the supermarket again and did some more shopping.
17- 19 January
Realised that it is a National Holiday ...
... Africa! If possible I will upload the pictures I took from the plane window, but they hardly do it justice. Upon arriving at Addis Ababa Bole international airport, I found my gate pretty easy and got to make a few calls to family (at a hefty price of $3 per minute.) my international phone would not work here, but hopefully I can get it up and running in Zimbabwe. There were people there from so many ...