Hilton Addis Ababa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Addis Ababa
Hilton hotels always offers great service world wide. From shuttles ,food ,rooms etc.
Hilton in Addis is a very old Hotel
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... me a dictionary he'd compiled of the Surma people's language. A Protestant missionary organization, which specialized in languages, told me of a German woman who lived among the Surma. She couldn't be contacted, of course - she had no internet nor telephone services.
-----But, at least I'd been given direction. I ignored everyone who said I'd need a permit to visit the Surma tribe. And I began the seven-hundred kilometer hitchhiking trip on bad ...
The time I did have I spent admiring the wonderful view , the airport lounge has great views that look out to the mountains, it's small and intimate departure lounge with often just a door and a man shouting, then taking a casual walk across runway to get the plane.
I enjoy sitting back and people watching, I wonder where they are doing, where they are going , where they have been, i often create imaginary situations ...
What a day, what a day...haggling over a taxi ride at 7am just isn't ever on the agenda back home and when you factor in dehydration, jet lag (well 2 hours) and the intimidating nature of eight taxi drivers all telling you that 20 dollars for 6kms is a 'good price' it's hard to stick to your guns, but I did and I managed to arrange a ride for 250 Bir (£8 or $12). I did this with a mixture of walking away and asking different taxi drivers which ...
... end of this year that number will have expanded to 11 with currently 20 more in training – including the first female one!
As part of a growing movement to develop the practice of medicine in Ethiopia the University of Addis Ababa (UAA), partnering with several other institutions from around the world, has begun training a variety of medical and surgical subspecialties, neurosurgery among them. It is a plan that makes sense given ...
... if it weren't for Betty and Hirut, good luck for us, we would have never made it out.
At the markets we bought three outfits each for the three kids and it set us back all of $70. I wish I had known more before we left Sydney, because we could have come with stacks of clothes and done more with that, but its a lesson learned for our next trip. After the markets we went back towards their village and bought 50 kilograms of flour, pasta noodles, and cooking ...