De Addis Abeba a Ciudad del Cabo (From Addis Ababa to Cape Town)


A little piece of paradise
January 23, 2012, 6:44 pm
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Since I last wrote, we’ve done quite a bit but you’ll have to wait a little bit longer for me to tell you more about that as we’re now in Lake Bunyoni (which means “place of many little birds” and seems to be true for where we’re staying) on a little island called Byoona Amagara (their website doesn’t do the scenery justice and we’ll upload pics as soon as we can). We had to paddle at least 50 mins in a dugout canoe to get here and it was definitely worth it!

Our room is called a geodome and only has three walls – instead of a fourth wall, we have a verandah and a view of the lake – it is absolutely beautiful. Electricity is solar powered so again we might be out of touch a little bit over the next few days and tonight I had an outdoor shower (albeit cold) while watching the fishermen in their dugout canoes in the distance.

Promise to write more soon but we’re really happy where we are now – we think we might stay here for a week and not do very much and then head for the Tanzanian border.

Thank you to all of you who’ve left comments – sorry we can’t reply to all of them and sorry I can’t write individual emails but promise we think of you all lots.

Take care and be in touch soon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for finally writing about >A little piece of paradise | De Addis Abeba a Ciudad
del Cabo (From Addis Ababa to Cape Town) <Loved it!

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