After visiting Harya’s dad, who works as a professor at the University, and swinging by the Red Terror Museum to learn more of Ethiopia’s past, we venture up into the hills just north of Addis. Although we are not far from the city, the air is clearer and cooler, the trees are more numerous, and life seems calmer. We visit St. Raguel’s Church, where we inspect some very old caves and enjoy explanations on some of the very intricate paintings within the church. We then continue on to Entoto St. Mary, where we learn of the history of the church and of Ethiopia more generally. In front of Entoto, we witness many of the sick who have come to try to heal the illnesses of themselves or their children. Today is both relaxing and educational.