|Ethiopian Christmas with my neighbours.|
It is tradition to feed friends.
Foreign Christmas is two weeks before Ethiopian Christmas. I showed the boys some activities we do in England.
|Fasika (Orthodox Christian Easter) with my neighbours. They are wearing modern versions of traditional dress.|
No cake, just bread! I lived with his family for the first year. He was 6 months old when I arrived.
One day we found our house had been burgled. There were dirty fingerprints on the fridge, chocolate, sweets and bananas had been eaten. We later found the culprit!
|Mark Sidey, VSO Volunteer Sep 2007 – Jun 2009|
…and George, the College Dean’s son.
|Burning the dried grass to keep the snakes away|
A Health and Safety Nightmare with all the children running around!
|My next-door neighbours and their calves.|
|English holiday club – memorial to Abdu|
The boy on the left, 9 year old Abdu, died two months after this photo was taken. He was bitten by a dog and caught rabies which was not treated until it was too late.
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