The Residency Towers
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... me there to take me for lunch. In the car he'd bought me an awesome celebratory brownie and a special indian-style ice cream milkshake called a "Jughead special" from a famous juice shop in Chennai... In fact he'd bought me two milkshakes purely for the reason so that he could do a "cheers" with me! He took me for a biryani and some butter chicken before leaving me with Ashmita for some last minute clothing adjustments. Tomorrow morning is very exciting as both Colm ...
... weekend, so i will be helping with them - one of the items on the guest itinerary is to take them for a walk up "the" hill, giving some background information and identifying various evidence of animal life along the way - this is also something i will be helping with, so i have been taking pics of any lizards and frogs that come my way in the hope to remember them all... One of the main beasties that there is a problem with here is ants. the cottages all ...
... and trousers to go with it. Fab and I even negotiated a discount! Result. I went to have my hair cut at Toni and Guy - yep, the same Toni and Guy that we have in the UK. I went for a cut and blow which would normally take about 45 minutes with my regular hairdresser. Two hours later and Jai was putting the finishing touches to my hair. He did a good job and for 1100 rupees or £11 then I got a great deal. Got myself a new outfit and a new hairdo! Happy ...
... ourselves one and then settled in to enjoy it when a man ran up to us from the water. He was running away from the police who he says was bullying him. We tried to distance ourselves from him, but the police called us over. He just wanted to talk to us and let us know why he asked the man to get out of the water (the beach is closed due to rip tides). Supper was chilli chicken, French fries and ...
... I changed cash (yes, the bank to change cash is before the immigration), went through immigration, collected my bag and walked out into the cold, freezing air of Addis as it is popularly called.
I instantly realized that Ethiopia was a safe place for travel. It was a woman who was waiting for me from the hotel to pick me up at 10:30pm in the night. I cannot imagine a woman in India waiting outside an airport at that time and picking up a stranger. Addis is a big city with a ...