One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. "Which road do I take?" she asked. "Where do you want to go?" was his response. "I don't know," Alice answered. "Then," said the cat, "it doesn't matter."
So on the streets here, depending on how busy the street is, you’ll see people set up with booths – maybe every 100 or so metres in really busy places – which you can rock on up to and they’ll … Continue reading →
I had an ‘AWA’ moment yesterday…this is an occurrence that one frequently experiences while living in Africa. It stands for “Africa wins again”. I lost it in the morning over having no internet! What a silly thing to ‘lose it’ over, … Continue reading →
Tim had been ill on Saturday so we’d had a quiet day but we planned a big look-around Addis for me on Sunday. Gedion the driver, picked us up from our hotel at 9am, then we went and got breakfast … Continue reading →
Tim was feeling crook this morning (still recovering from a bout of typhoid fever and typhus) so I observed the goings on of the Bole Road area from the balcony of the hotel while he snoozed in bed. Here are … Continue reading →
I safely touched down in Addis yesterday at around 11am local time (9pm on Friday night back home in NZ). The trip was fantastic and the flights were easy-peasy. I slept for most of them and fortunately the stop-overs were … Continue reading →
One more sleep to go! Then I’ll be heading off on my 42 hour journey to join Tim in Addis Ababa! I’ll leave tomorrow, Thursday 17th of November where I will fly Sydney-Bangkok-Dubai-Addis. I have everything under control (I think). The extra … Continue reading →