Category Archives: Ethiopia Travel Journal

Ethiopia Day 8 September 26, 2008

9/26/08 The Beginning of Firsts How can I describe the past 36 hours but time passed laughing, crying, celebrating, hugging, sadness, exhaustion..  I haven’t laid down in over a day and a half now…as we filled our final day in … Continue reading

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Ethiopia Day 7 September 24, 2008

9/24/08 Wednesday We started our morning by going to the Heile Selasie market to buy souvenirs.  Noah was not interested in a trip like that at all and chose to stay back at the guest house with the staff while … Continue reading

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Ethiopia Day 6 September 23, 2008

9/23/08 Tuesday This morning we walked up to Kaldi’s coffee ( a very good knock off to Starbucks….even down to the trademark green sign) to meet Mr. Dawit who was driving us down to Nazareth to visit his schools.  While … Continue reading

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Ethiopia Day 5 September 22, 2008

9/22/08 Today was our embassy appointment day.  Mr. Teklu came over to the guest house with Jessica and Melat so we could all go together to file our papers.  Unfortunately the embassy lost one document that had been cabled over … Continue reading

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Ethiopia Day 4 September 21, 2008

9/21/08 Yesterday we had a wonderful day.  We hired a driver through Helen, Ayella, who drove us north of the city to and area called Debre Labanos.  It was about a 2-3 hour drive.  We saw the most beautiful countryside … Continue reading

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