We Four in Egypt

Now back in the US!

The plans, they are a-changin’

You may recall a few weeks ago when I reported that Giggle has been saying he doesn’t want to visit Ethiopia. Well, he surprised us last week. Now he does want to go. And he’s kept to this for a bit.

So, our holidays plans have changed. Instead of Bug and I dashing down to Ethiopia for a week in early December (during the Muslim Feast of Abraham), we’re all four going for about two weeks, over Christmas and New Year’s. We’ll be with all the other holiday travelers, but so it goes.

I’d love to spend more time there but there are these two concerns called money and time. Mr. Four’s job means we have a bit more money than we did last year… and a bit less time. So it goes.

The best part about this trip? Last February, we decided to take a trip this Christmas to Ethiopia. Only more recently did that plan change. But we’re back on track to taking exactly the trip we hoped for.

Tentatively we plan to relax south of Addis Ababa around Lake Langaro for a few days and then visit some of the historical sites up north.

We are still hoping to spend next summer in East Africa as well, specifically Tanzania and Kenya. I’m really excited for these trips–indeed, they are a big part of the reason we moved to Egypt in the first place. I feel my writing should be more infused with enthusiasm, so I will end with this:

Hurray!

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27 October 2008 - Posted by | bug, ethiopia, giggle, holidays, tourism

4 Comments

  1. I’m so excited for you! You guys are going to have so much fun!! Do you know what spots you’re going to try to hit? Are you going to Lalabella? (yes, i spelled it completely incorrectly. Sorry!)

    Comment by Typ0 | 27 October 2008

  2. Typ0, Lalibela is high on our list! That’s the main historic site we want to visit, and then I hope Bahir Dar and the Blue Nile Falls.

    Comment by Ms. Four | 27 October 2008

  3. Just came across your blog, and wanted to say have a good time in East Africa, will you hit Ethiopian Christmas, or is it the same as Egyptian Christmas (as you have Copts?)?

    I love Tanzania and Kenya (as you will see if you visit my blog!), if you want tips on where to visit let me know!

    Comment by Katie | 7 November 2008

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