I wouldn't normally bother but the stories emanating from Addis Ababa are worrying me. Pickpockets aren't usually an issue for me. I've perfected the hard stare which usually works. The last few days with Ross and Rav in Sopot has been a sort of 'refreshment technique' Entire packs of peroxide Ukrainian women in bright lipstick and leather jackets descended on us from all directions, hands on the wander. Luckily, being far from subtle they were easily thwarted.
I'm amazed at how difficult it is to find something as simple as a money belt!
Boots had them in stock but priced at an insane £14.99. (I'd rather get robbed, it is essentially a gamble after all)
Argos online didn't quite understand my needs and tried to sell me a ' Master Lock 6 piece bungee set' (I'd like to experience bungee jumping but perhaps not in Ethiopia)
John Lewis weren't entirely sure they had them in stock but if I want to pay £2 to collect in store they could probably find me one. (I'm doing the walking, the paying etc, so why the charge?)
Sports Direct looks like a possible but involves giving my money to Mike Ashley.
For the same reason I didn't vote for Theresa May two weeks ago in the election, I'd really rather not thanks.