Skud : The Ottawa Citizen also has a site
Ottawa.COM which contains listing or
businesses in the area. I belive the listing are paid for, as it is run by the advertising folks.
Anyway, looking for 'Resturants - Other' did turn up
the "African Palace",376 Rideau St, Ottawa, (ON) K1N 5Y8,
(613) 789-7397, Ethiopian Cuisine. As well as three that list their food as "African"
I don't know, I like Steak and Potatos myself....
dria and graydon : There are many ways to balance ones life.
That is why Lee Valley does a booming business in recreating
fine tools from the past. Why there are businesses like
Antique Electronics Supply or
even Berryhill Country Living
If you let your life be consumed by working flat out 23 hours a day, you will grow old and
bitter. If you keep some fun in your life you will likely stay healthy into your 80's. My father-in-law is
well over 80, was a spitfire pilot in the second world war, left his leg in Malta, and still can crack a joke.
As far as a comment on our culture, I would say that websurfing has at least some self-direction, as
opposed to television which for the most part,
(say maybe Red Green excepted), is a wasteland.
Free/Open software can be a way to do something that will help the world. So is
offering your time to a project that you deem worthy, like creating some
recreational facility, or some educational opportunity. One does not
have to live like a monk to make a difference.
The power problems could be lessened if folks were to be realistic
and diversion of resources.
as well of taking advantage of the opportunites that improved communications will allow us
to reduce our tendancy to migrate to large cites. The
Bagel Effect is a very real trend.
Naturaly while we are devirting potential resources from the landfills, we must find ways to use
outdated computers for nobler purposes than sending them to
Noranda to extact the copper.
Sunir : Bright lights can hurt your eyes. Hope you have recovered.