Bole International Hotel
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... and that way I could get used to this different type of luxury. For 199 Ethiopian Birr I have a spacious room with a huge balcony, disgusting shared bath and toilet, with brown running water from the tap...but hey! A tiny dirty and wet towel AND a quart of a toilet paper roll was included (yeah, I can save my 4-layer tissue paper that I brought as one of my luxury goods for worse days). It's not cheap at all, but one of the cheaper places in Addis as almost all of the ...
... before listing the different Ethiopian specialities. The plate basically had little splodges of different sauces, some spicy, some with little seeds in, some mild but all interesting. A rolled up sheet of rubbery pancake bread accompanied the dish, as did a hard bread roll. I managed all of it except the bread roll which looked too boring to waste my stomach space on. I wish I hadn't saved the stuffed green chilli until last as the mouth-burn that shortly ...
... be a lawyer or a teacher living
with their family will qualify over the shoe shine boy who lives alone on the
streets of Addis, orphaned at a young age. It seems cruel and unjust punishment for a kid who has
likely seen more suffering that I can ever imagine but practically speaking
which of the two is more likely to get good post-operative care and
nutrition? I know these ethical
decisions all too well over here – we face ...
Wow! As I write this our last full day in Ethiopia is coming to an end. There have been so many experiences, so many people we've met and loved, so much food we've eaten, so many emotions we've felt. so much sadness we've seen and so much more. This has truly been an experience of a lifetime.
In many ways I'm eager to be home. Eager to sleep in my own bed and prepare my own food (barbecued hamburger sounds good regardless of the weather). Eager to be ...
... off the side, on the roof, etc.), who are trying to transport the merchandise from 36 hours of non-stop shopping in Dubai.
I was particularly bothered by one women who ended up (after 5 trips around the airplane) just across the isle from me. But my disdain was short-lived, as she offered Ruth and I a piece of delicious banana flavored gum. When I later saw her inability to figure out the seat-belt and what appeared to be prayers for a safe flight, I ...