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... airport to Grandmother's house: $5
From Grandmother’s house to Merkato: $12
From Merkato to Medhanialem Church: $7
From Medhanialem Church to Yod Abyssinia Restaurant: $10
From Yod Abyssinia Restaurant back to Grandmother’s House: $6
From Grandmother’s house back to Bole International Airport: $5
Total Taxi Cost: $45
Habesha Kemis (Dresses): $580
Money given to my Grandmother: $200
Total Cost for ...
... We also went to Garretts, who are famous in the area for making Gourmet popcorn. We got the local Chicago mix, made up of a combination of cheesecorn and caramel! An odd mix but very much recommended. We then made our way to Giordanos for some stuffed, deep dish pizza. There was a bit of a wait, but it was really was worth it. Absolutely delicious. Me and Dev shared a small, which I have to say made me wonder what a ...
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Once we arrive, we will experience our first CS. Hope we will have safe and fun first CS and get along with Chris as well. It will be a lie if I am not nervous and little bit scared about sleeping in some stranger's place for the first time. Because of that we will be very careful in choosing our hosts, and not only that our first priority will be our safety during our trip.
... directing traffic to their spots. Too cute! People were laughing as they drove by!!! So much for browsing and shopping... the kids saw Nickolodeon Universe, the theme park in the mall and that was it! Spent the rest of the afternoon having fun on rides, laughing, then made our way to Mount Prospect, Illinois to meet up with a friend Michelle hadn't seen in 27 years!!! Oh Happy ...
... Chicago depth and therefore, it doesn't feel as claustrophobic as I had anticipated before visiting. Firstly, I decided to visit the art institute which, is a huge art museum that sits on Michigan avenue. Like other art museums I have visited on my trip so far, it contained an array of various art; some dating back to 100bc and from a diverse range of originating cities and cultures. The weirdest exhibit was called 'clown torture' and, after standing in a room with ...