Sabana Beach Resort
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... as one person is way too expensive, but they were still kind and full of information.
I stopped and watched a boy feed the marabou storks.
These are the grossest birds of all time.
Mangy, hairy, HUGE.
Sometimes they have weird bright pink growths on them.
I think they're pretty scary- plus I had just witnessed half a dozen of them sharing a cow or horse carcass with half a dozen vultures, which is creepy to see.
... in the bank yet- most people keep their money at home.
We went next door for coffee and juice (I had an espress, which means mixed- avocado, papaya and pineapple).
We talked about our families, University in Canada, and religion- he thinks I should go to church more.
But, was sweet about it.
I asked him if he went to the kind of church where there's a lot of singing and people stand up and wave their hands in the air and are moved by ...
... got in the taxi.
I knew it was 100birr but the driver wouldn't budge from 150 and I was in no mood to argue.
I just wanted to get on the bus and get away from Addis.
I was sitting right at the front, beside an older Irish man I recognized from the hotel.
We chatted a little, but he could tell I was forcing it and let me sleep.
For one of the first times in my travel experience, I slept on the bus.
... rough road the rear, left inner tyre blew out. We stopped to change it, then continued North. We had a dusty, windy bushcamp. We were told that Benny and Amanda will be running the Oasis Overland TransNile trip from Cairo to Cape Town, starting 13th November.
29th Gillian's tent blew away at breakfast (it wasn't pegged down) - a bit of a chase to catch it. We continued North on the rough roads. We broke both front springs. We ...
... and water stop at another gas station near by. After awhile we
reached Hora Lake: the largest of the 7 crater lakes of Debre Zeyit.
I think we were in the Rift Valley by then. Kibrom
said you can tell when you are in the Rift Valley by the acacia trees. It was
great to have Kibrom because of all the information he is able to
impart. He talked about economics, politics, religion, et al. At Hora