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... Falls. Our transportation for most of the rest of the trip will be four big V8 Toyota Land Cruisers, which can handle the mountain roads better than a bus. Here we meet 3 of our 4 drivers, Haile, Barry, and Jonas. Medi is the lead driver and our tour guide for the next few days is also called Haile.
We drove some dusty roads through ...
It was very quiet on the truck after that, some complained that they didn’t want any music playing, (what’s wrong with the Shadows and the Drifters?)
I thought it was better that listening to the whispers and mutterings going on or the grinding of the truck
Some people broke out things they had bought the previous night, it seemed to be mainly cold pizza, bread rolls (they had saved from their dinner) biscuits, or crisps, I had bacon and beans ...
... the flow is controlled by a hydro electric station and is much diminished.
Still it had to be seen so a few of us climbed aboard a mini bus for the 23 Km trip to the falls. Once out of town it was a fascinating trip through wetlands alive with bird life, small bustling villages as everyone was getting on with their day. The road was muddy and rough.
ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES ET 0120
Duration: 1hr(s) 0min(s)
ADD = ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA
BJR = BAHAR DAR, ETHIOPIA
Aircraft: DEHAVILLAND DASH 8 TURBOPROP 204
Departing At: 8:10am
Terminal: TERMINAL 1
Arriving At: 9:10am
Terminal: Not Available
... picked up. As the gorge opened up though and became much wider the temperature went down a little and I'm told that after the coke stop half way up the climb was not quite so bad. Everyone else who started up the gorge climb made it to the top - huge respect to every single person and congratulations. Camp was at a hotel/lodge that has been built right overlooking the amazing view across the gorge - no electricity as yet, but if and when ...