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... town on lake Tana which is described in the guide books as the 'Ethiopian Riviera' but falls far short by my standards. We spent the evening taking shelter in the campsite restaurant from torrential wind and rain, drinking (quite a few) beers and dashing out in the rain to peg the tents down! This was not the first storm we have weathered so far in Ethiopia and certainly not the last - the joys of visiting in the rainy season! On our free day in Bahir Dar, we took a ...
... riders, photo's etc. and off again. At the bottom was a nice coke stop (water and sprit) and then slight downhill straight 20km to camp. The headwind was nasty but the downhill made up for it. I lost Karen and John (photo's etc) and rode alone. The kids were ok, but still have anxiety about them. The ride was quiet dull and soon was looking for camp. How did we do all those straight flats? today was amazing to ride, perfect temperature ...
... The view was amazing from where I could see in the truck. Since not eating or drinking, nothing was coming out, so in the middle you sit. The dinner truck is still missing a window from the water tank accident (yes, the 200L tank came off the roof during the off road, no **** it's rough roads). So that's where the pukers got to sit, and the ******** by the door. Unless your the cranky old one, who sat where he wanted to and *****ed about it. Common sense seems to ...
... from some riders, but that don't understand the truck, me or I don't do sand/gravel/dirt/pebbles. Several are learning now how important a rest day is. I have not had an issue with sick/heat since just after Dongola. Others are getting really really sick. Laura, Sue, Karen, Dave, Marek, Andy, Mike, Doug all lost EFI that horrible day, and quiet a few people are sick from heat, exhaustion, roads or just sick. Not that it's TdA's fault, we have to camp where we are allowed too, but ...
... br> this, some say it was for swimming others for a religious ceremony. It
is the case that nowadays the pool is only filled once a year to
celebrate the Ethiopian Epiphany, when thousands of people attend. We
followed this by having lunch at one of the local restaurants. This
was a pasta and spiced vegetable soup followed by what we would call
an enormous pancake that you tear up with your hand and use to
gather in the toppings to eat. These ...
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P.O.Box 182 , Gonder | 3 star hotelfrom $91