Ras Amba Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... by phone in the Lunch truck, we were flagged down by a truck driver who was also telling us what had happened. The good news is that Terry's family have flown to Nairobi and Terry has been flown to meet them there, ...
As a continuation of yesterday the flight left at 11:05 PM from Ethiopia. It was an overnight flight that was 6 hours and 10 minutes long so we slept the whole time. Once the flight landed in Rome it was 3:15AM (the 2 hour gain was because of time zone change) and we had a 1 hour layover in the airport. We tried to sleep, but couldn't in fear that we would miss our flight so we talked to keep each other awake. Finally our plane boarded to go to Madrid at ...
... a number of times, interestingly called a name that sounds like "*******". We reached the end of the sand and the road turned very brutal very fast.
We passed Afar tribal settlements set among massive piles of lava rocks. The road was incredibly bumpy, almost seemed impassable at times. The tribal outposts were mostly just two or three nomadic huts made with mud and scraps of cloth and metal, providing a shelter from the intense heat. Many of the homes were actually made with stacked ...
... worked part of the time. In contrast, we marched into the first store we saw (which sold primarily carved wooden statues, mind you), bought the cards without giving up any passport info, and the man helped get the cards to work. AND, to top it all off, the cards provided us with perfect cell service AND PERFECT 3G, all for $20. It was a great moment.<br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;"><br style="line-height: ...
... security check and here it was shoes off. Leonie had to take her glasses off as that triggered the walk through security metal detector but her silver earrings that she had on were ok. Strange. Love the photo saying that we can take up to 1 metre of wire on board, but no longer!
Eventually the Ethiopian Bombardier Q 400 ...