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Blog 56 Update by Tan: Omo 10 months later: (yes we are 10 months behind in our blog and yes we are filled with shame) In the ten months since we...

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Blog 56 by Tan: The Last Gasps of the Omo We woke up overjoyed to find that we hadn’t just dreamt we were at Dick and Donna’s; we were really there!...

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Blog 55 by Mick: Riding the Wild Side of the Omo With all the people about in the morning, we got away later that we would have liked. And we didn’t...

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Blog 54 by Mick: Go West Young Man We weren’t even on the outskirts of Bure when the road turned to dirt, not the way we were going out of town...

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Blog 53 by Mick: Mud and Soap Operas Debark, our home for the evening, is the gateway to the Simien Mountains and is set up as a tourist town with plenty...

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Blog 52 by Tan: Beware the Singing Little Girls After all the excitement of Danakil we were happy to chill in Mekele until we’d caught up on sleep and were ready...

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Blog 51 by Tan: The Geologists’ Nirvana of the Danakil Depression – PART 2 After next to no sleep the previous night we crashed out in anticipation of another early start...

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Blog 50 by Tan: The Geologists’ Nirvana of the Danakil Depression – PART 1   The people who had previous expressed a keen interest in the geology tidbits offered up in...

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Blog 49 by Mick: Where the Scum of Your Character Will Come to the Surface The 30-day limit put on our motorcycle importation permits was a real spanner in the works...

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Blog 48 by Tan: Highway of the Devil’s Spawn We decided to ditch the tar and take the old dirt road through the Awash Valley en route to the tourist hub...