Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Campsites often close to civilisation and access to amenities and showers is increased;
3=Mixed, mostly organised campsites, odd night of rough camping, some basic indoor accommodations (hostels, guesthouses etc);
4=Mostly Indoors, some campsites but also many nice hotels, hostels or guesthouses. Good access to amenities, many nights with hot showers and clean rooms and generally good access to amenities.;
5=All Indoors, all hotels, ...
Then decided to walk next door to Lucy's restaurant for a drink before meeting our minibus and driver outside the museum. Paid over the odds but to be honest was great not to have to go and find a minibus or taxi out on the very busy streets as 5pm and rush hour. We saw the huge long queues for minibuses on the way home. Lucy's was a brilliant place - full pat down search before we entered, but a wonderful tranquil ...
... get the hang of living here. The first week was definitely not easy though. I came to Ethiopia by myself, and while I knew there would be challenges, I did not expect quite so many. Given that Mekelle is a smaller town and in general Ethiopia is not very touristy, I can count count on my hands how many white people I have seen since coming here. Additionally, most people outside of the hospital do not speak English (most speak the national language Amharic ...
... with local dignitaries, musicians, government officials.
I was treated as an honored guest, all kinds of people came over to say hello. Delicious spicy meat, enjera, veggies, cold beer, whiskey. There was all kinds of laughter, this amazing "shoulder shake" dance that Ethiopians do that I would see much more of on trip. Just brilliant, I threw in the towel about 1AM and crashed on my cozy little bed at the castle. I'm sure the party lasted all night.
Dec 25th, 2014. Up ...
... was all based around this. When we arrived at the Barracks, Major Sisse told us that the Parade wasn't all that important and that they want the same sort of training provided by previous teams. He told us that there was to be a Parade at the barracks a week on Wednesday where the Band will perform for local dignitaries and demonstrate what we had taught them. This came as a shock and only gives us 7 working days to do what the others have done in 15. ...