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Safferz   

Alpha Blondy;990046 wrote:
check out the following:

 

One Day Someday

The Choice is yours

Stop AIDS

Do your best (ft. Mos Def)

Fight to Win (ft. Jaguar Wright)

My favourite is "Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense," which I try to listen to before class.

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Apophis   

Alpha Blondy;990027 wrote:
Hat,

 

abti,

 

what is going on in Jigjiga today?

 

it's ruined my plans, you know
.
:P

Magaalada Hargeysa oo ay ka Dhacday Jaad la'aan Kaddib markii xuduudda u dhexeysa Somaliland iyo Itoobiya la xiray

 

Now we know why. lol.

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Safferz   

Apophis;990059 wrote:
Now we know why. lol.

:D

 

 

It's now the time of year where I'm not crazy for figuring out my summer plans and booking flights while they're cheap... I'm thinking Addis/Amhara kilil May 3-July 5, Harar/Somali kilil July 5-August 16, then Hargeisa August 16 until I leave from there (23rd?). Want to do a side trip from Addis during the first part, for travel's sake... do you guys think Asmara, Kampala or Nairobi would be more interesting?

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Safferz   

SomaliPhilosopher;990067 wrote:
^ I'd go for Asmara

Add Khartoum to the list of options! Apparently there's no direct route from Addis to Asmara, only options are to connect via Sudan or Djibouti. If it'll take me 7+ hours in flights and connections to get to Asmara, why even bother :mad:

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Safferz;990069 wrote:
Add Khartoum to the list of options! Apparently there's no direct route from Addis to Asmara, only options are to connect via Sudan or Djibouti. If it'll take me 7+ hours in flights and connections to get to Asmara, why even bother :mad:

How about bus? I don't think its terribly far from kilil. and then you fly back to djibouti chill there for a bit then bus to Hargeisa. otherwise nairobi is the more iconic east african city. but very western in nature, which could be a good or bad, depending on what your looking for

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Safferz   

SomaliPhilosopher;990074 wrote:
How about bus? I don't think its terribly far from kilil. and then you fly back to djibouti chill there for a bit then bus to Hargeisa. otherwise nairobi is the more iconic east african city. but very western in nature, which could be a good or bad, depending on what your looking for

You're trying to get me killed SP, why on earth would anyone try to cross the Ethiopian/Eritrean border by land :P I would like to see Asmara someday so I'll have to think about it (and whether I want to deal with the flight situation), but Nairobi is interesting to and an easy flight from ADD.

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lol West Africa is interesting but the same issue... why fly 6-7hrs across the continent, when 4hrs would take me to India from Ethiopia? So I'd rather keep it regional and simple this time, a few days and back. Nairobi is starting to sound best, and I do have some friends there.

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Safferz   

SomaliPhilosopher;990083 wrote:
^^ What about xamar.. short and relatively cheap flight from hargeisa. if you do come to Nairobi, you must vacation in Eastleigh, the muddiest place on earth!

How safe is Xamar for a woman traveling solo and without family in the city though? Maybe not this time, I'd give my parents a heart attack lol. Although I can see myself going there within the next few years :)

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