A story of one man's 3453 kilometre journey through Ethiopia by bicycle. Ethiopia is a tough place to connect with as a foreigner. Cycling enabled me in a small way to connect and empathise with the people, culture, history and landscape of this most proud, secretive and fascinating country.
I am 45 years old. I am currently Head of Physical Education at Sandford International School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I live in Ethiopia with my wife Cath and our two sons Joe aged 5 and Leo aged 3. I lived and worked for four years in Malawi and Ghana as a Voluntary Service Overseas Sports Development Officer. I lived in Kathmandu, Nepal for four years and taught at The British School and the Kathmandu International Study Centre.
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