Zubeyda Waber Harar Cultural Guesthouse

Address: Harar, Ethiopia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Harar

Hyenas run this town!

A travel blog entry by outbounders on Apr 15, 2014

12 photos

... during our stay, but this night was different - This night we turned the corner and walked into a hyena! This hyena scattered quickly, with our adrenaline rushing we excitingly recalled our close encounter! Distracted by the replay we wondered down an alley with three more hyenas, this time we weren't sure how lucky we would be! Alex led the way and I followed close behind striking the wall hoping the sudden noise would chase them off! IT WORKED, the three hyenas scattered quickly ...


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

15 photos

... of meat scraps and begins tossing meat to loosen them up. He then feeds them from his hand and mouth and invites you to join in. I would be lying if I wasn't a little nervous about this, but a couple of beers helped loosen me up. Hyena's have the most powerful jaws of all mammals and they are much bigger when you are on their same level as opposed to being in a safari vehicle. Staring at their face 6 inches from yours was terrifying ...

Harar, Feeding the Hyenas!!

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

1 comment, 18 photos

... but also by the loss of the "innocence" that is so prevalent in the pastoral setting of Lalibela.
We complete our drive and check in at dusk at the Winta Hotel (we are the only guests tonight), and after 10 minutes to unpack, we head over to the outskirts of the walled city to see if we can participate in a unique experience. As we drive down a muddy, rutted road, lined by small fires and small "lean to" structures with corrugated ...

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 ...

Harar, chat, hyenas and dutch beer

A travel blog entry by leoinafrica on Oct 22, 2011

Got a bus early in the morning for a rough ride thru the Ethiopian plateau. I have been feeded with chat by my neighbours since EVERYBODY was chewing the stuff, except for the driver that was kind of high by is own and was driving like a devil..
After 9 hours we arrived at sunset at Harars main gate where I got a room in the quite dodgy but cheap Hotel Central.
I enjoyed Harar, you dive into an ancient world when you enter the walls and get ...