Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa
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... it. It's odd to explain. Yes at home we dream about just riding every day for 5-9hrs and no other worries, but things come up. The places we camp, our gear failing, the frustration with just about everything can cause you to get frazzled. So rest days pulling a chair out onto the grass by your tent and just watching the world go by are required. Having wifi in the tent was great this time, but do think it inturpted my sleeping. Life on tour is pretty simple ...
... to the hotel. The area immediately surrounding the hotel, in contrast, was fairly similar to Mekele. Upon arrival, the hotel was very surprised that we had booked a room for three. Thankfully, we decided to pay the extra-person fee on the internet rather than just hoping we could all stay in the room. Our original plan was to all share a kind size bed (Addis is expensive), but like I’ve mentioned before, they can be twitchy about same-sex ...
... being erected, scientists blame an insufficient foundation though others suggest that it was intentionally knocked down by hardline Christian proponents, who then promoted the event as a sign from God.
Been feeling a little queasy today, have been getting a little too frisky eating any street food I can get my hands on. In particular, I think some fresh fruit I ate today may have sat out a little too long before I got to it. It was chilly in the evening, what a lovely night though in ...
... a bit hectic for the guests trying to
get out, in the end only a couple had slight burns. Speaking to some
of the guests the maid on duty went around banging on the doors. Some
managed to get their luggage whilst other did not. It was real
confusion, the fire engines had problems getting under some of the
cables and pipes. Once they had they very soon ran out of water and
had to drive away to get more. Whilst they were spraying some of the