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... name, moneymoneymoneymoneymoney! Gimmie! The small kids jumping around waving yelling youyouyouyouyouyou! was quiet cute. The older ones 10+ were not so pleasant, but today if you yelled hello, hi, how are you etc. they left you alone. Perfect. The first climb was about 50km in, and it was a climb but was manageable and actually not to bad. Photo's at the top and caught up with John and Karen again until lunch. Love when we have eggs ...
Great news, after a dodgy start to the morning I feel I'm back again in the land of the fit and well. Fantastic views from the back of the hotel this morning looking down over the town of Gonder (the fourth largest in Ethiopia, amazingly) - used to be the capital of the country in the 16-1700's - hence the amazing Royal Enclosure - a walled compound of castles and outbuildings in the centre of town, can see it from the hotel - a green oasis of ...
... the lobby on writing up my blog, interspersed by couples of hours lying asleep on the bed. In the end took the first of a course of antibiotics as so fed up with feeling like ****, some decent satisfying sleep this afternoon - as I’ve got older this sort of sleep seems to get more and more difficult to come by.
Another strange dream with Jodie, TDA Nurse in pride of place - you may remember she took some teeth and a piece of jagged jaw bone out of ...
... each other. Most of dinner talk tonight was on poop. Our poop, animal poop, poop poop and more poop. Funny stories about issues trying to poop with the kids around are the most delightful, and thankfully I have yet to experience this. Truck yesterday and today. As when my bug hit, I stopped eating (and drinking) took the day off in hope to ride today, 2600m of climbs. Oh the roads looked amazing and why don't they have more rides here, oh yeah kids, donkeys, tuk-tuks, goats ...
... hill. It was mid afternoon so the thermals must have been good so huge number of massive Kites riding the thermals and suddenly diving deep into the valley - fascinating to watch.
Then as the cyclists and the lunch truck with the latest ill people arrived I felt so well was inspired to give as much as a helping hand as possible to all those that required it - I know how I'd felt the last few days. We needed to empty our lockers on the ...
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