Rowda Waber Harari Cultural Guest House

Address: Old town, Harar, Ethiopia | Hotel
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      Lalibela to Harar

      A travel blog entry by kinruss on Jan 08, 2015

      9 photos

      Another day of travelling! Johannes and Mikhael kindly wait to take us to the airport and then will drive the 10 hours to Addis. Before we leave, we do some shopping for scarves and bread baskets and discover the most extraordinary "jet jetson" style restaurant owned by a Scottish woman. Security at Lalibela airport like everywhere is extreme. Our …

      Hyenas run this town!

      A travel blog entry by outbounders on Apr 15, 2014

      12 photos


      At the beginning of our Ethiopian safari Alex and I ambitiously decided to squeeze a suggested three week itinerary into a two week time frame. By the end of our two weeks, we were exhausted, but with a few extra days we decided to visit one last destination Harar!

      Located on the eastern edge, the small city borders unstable Somalia, yet its peaceful streets provide tourists the chance to freely wonder endless alleys. The Hararian charm is comparable to ...


      A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 30, 2013

      15 photos

      Harar is a city located up in the hills of eastern Ethiopia on the way to Djibouti, famous for its walled city, the world's best chat and feeding the hyena's as part of a religious ritual. It is a Muslim dominated town and its narrow alleyways had the feeling similar to Stone Town, Lamu and Mombasa. There are 5 gates to the old walled city that is one square kilometer and has over 368 alleys, countless mosques and is filled with ...

      Harar, Feeding the Hyenas!!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jul 23, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      Today was another long travel day, but with a great finale! We left Lalibela at 9am to make the drive down the mountain to the airport. Driving past the green, terraced fields, hundreds of farmers walking their animals to pasture, and gathering water from the rivers swollen from the runoff of recent rainfall reminds us of how much work must be done here just to sustain life. It is challenging for those of us from the affluent Western world ...

      Harar and Hyenas

      A travel blog entry by leahaston on May 17, 2013

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... as a water free day. We were lucky during our stay that the water came on occasionally. On our last night in Harar we were even able to shower!

      We found a guide to take us around for the next day (or, rather, a guide found us). We had no desire to make our own way around the old city and navigate the public transport systems and he wanted farangi money so our mutual interests aligned. In the morning we took a minibus 40 km east to a local ...

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      Greeting room and breakfast area
      Harar, Ethiopia