Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa
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... us). We hopped back in our vehicles, passed many camels and little huts. The roads were better, seems like this country is one big construction project.
They say that even 10 years ago, it would have taken many days to do this same journey. The Ethiopians seem to have a love hate relationship with the Chinese. They tell me that without them, they wouldn't have had paved roads or many of the products that are available. There also seems to be a common refrain that their projects ...
... told that as well as the Marching Band, the school was also home to over 100 trainee musicians. After a couple of other meetings and brief introductions we were taken back to the Hotel to prepare for the next day. Today we arrived at the Barracks at 9am and were treated to a demonstration of what the ENDF Band were capable of as well as showing us what they had learnt from previous Training Teams. They showed us a ...
... you are around millions of other people with the same excitement I am sure it is the same feeling as New Year’s Eve in NYC maybe even better. After the pile fell to the left there were more cheers, and even started to rush to the fire to collect still smoldering parts of the bonfire to take home. As we walked home the party continued with people singing and clapping in the streets. And then at home it was even more of a party, with loud music, our own mini bonfire, a coffee ...
... From here down to Moshi, Tanzania, however, it was an old propeller plane, with a stop at Mombasa on the way. So 4 airports all together, going all over Africa, for what could have been a short hop straight from Lusaka to Moshi. Oh well, all fun and ...
... up with all my bags, ready to leave the country but still with 13 hours until zero hour and a large group of Addis Ababans wanting to pick my brains about Everton's recent good form in the league, it was going to be an incredibly long last day in Ethiopia.
I refused the first drink and had a coffee, served the traditional way with incense pot and blades of grass lying across the tray. I am going to miss this silly little quirk of hot ...