Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had been changed to 9am Thursday morning. It's extremely comfortable, a room large enough for me to repack and de clutter, a yummy restaurant and we're even getting a fireworks display for Christmas Eve somewhere over towards Alexandrria. Tomorrow we fly to Dubai instead of Bangkok, so looking forward to a 9 hour stopover with a lounge pass and hoping to go for a night drive into the ...
... it was starving to death. He hitchhiked through the Eastern Chinese desert and ascended the Great Tibetan Plateau. The last I'd heard from him, he was crossing Laos by bike.
-----He and I shared a belief that airplane travel wasn't natural for human beings, and - in a mystical, unknown way - very unhealthy.
-----I often wished that, upon completion of my world travels, I might go years or the rest of my life without flying. (But I was in love ...
... make leather products, finished the day by going to a popular coffee place to taste some of the finest coffee of Ethiopia.
I will fly tomorrow to Uganda, where I will meet Sam, I first met Sam when we both worked for bujagali trust in Uganda back in 2010. She now manages a guest house in Entebbe with her boyfriend, so I look forward to sipping a fresh gin and tonic in the sun.
Wednesday.... I will take the car to airport and ...
'No water, sorry sir.'
Any idea when it will be back on?
'No, sorry sir.'
'Yes, sorry sir.'
Oh well, the area didn't seem too bad to me, a long straight stretch of road outside and a few shop fronts and people milling around waiting for taxi buses. My room was fairly basic but with wooden floor and wooden shutters over the windows looking out into a court yard. I lay down for a minute and woke up at 1pm....
... the stove is no longer working although a solitary hotplate has been left in its place) and the plates and cooking utensils have been dramatically reduced in numberand type.
And then I discover another change. I have a roommate – his name is Max. He scared me the first time we met as nobody warned me about him. Max is a slob. He literally eats my food and leaves his **** everywhere. Well, maybe not everywhere, maybe in just ...