A typical bajaji looks like this, with teared upholstery and all
The room a bajiji will try to occupy is nicely illustrated below:
We were on our way to meet some representatives of INASP at the Ethiopian restaurant. But first, we finally finished the slide decks, program and generic preparation for the workshops, starting tomorrow. We showed them to Maaike at the end of the afternoon, and decided there were some tiny changes to be made. Can't wait till tomorrow!
We accompanied Maaike to her apartment, where she needed to drop some stuff and collect other. This gave me the opportunity to take pictures of the view from here roof terrace, which Google stitched together quite nicely:
After the fun ride we had some good conversation with the 4 people from INASP, Phil, Chris, Ruth and Julie. Later VSOs Country Director Jean also joined. We had some very good Ethiopian dishes with chicken, vegetables and meatballs in yogurt, all splattered on the customary injera. You are supposed to use that flatbread as your "fork" to scoop up the meat and sauces.