Hilton Addis Ababa
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- Minbar in room
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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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Stage 3: Melt Down Madness (Ethiopia, Kenya)
Addis Ababa to Nairobi
Feb 20th to Mar 7th
Tour D'Afrique Pre Information
1,581 km, 14 days riding, 2 days rest
average km per riding day = 113km (70 miles)
Ethiopia: 1800km in total; This country is also being paved over, our rote is now 80% paved, with about 25% of this in rough condition. The unpaved portions are loose gravel, corrugation and dirt, and this is mixed in with ...
... 30 pm. As we stood in the aisle waiting to deplane, a Chinese man asked me in broken English “what name of this country?” I replied: Ethiopia. He responded with a blank stare: E-th-i? “Ethiopia” I said again. He tried again and didn’t get it. I repeated slowly E-thi-o-pi-a. He repeated slowly. “Addis I know” he said “but not country.” Then he asked what time it was in Addis. I showed him my watch, but he looked not at the time ...
My phone started to vibrate and ring at about 10.30, I had caught up on a lot of sleep, no doubt only to fall behind again when I boarded my night flight but there was no time to ponder this, Mita had a beer waiting for me. Huh? Did I hear that right? As I showered and packed my stuff I started to dread a full day of drinking but it seemed to be all Mita did when he wasn't working, I justified this again as a cultural insight and not mindless indulgence.
... men from killing each other (there was a vicious cycle of revenge murders). Also as tourists we pay for each photo as that is their form of income. It was hard to grasp this concept but without some money and living their traditional ways many people starved. In the Omo Valley I feel as though I can honestly say that is the hottest I have been in my life. The hot sun beating down, no shade, the windows of the truck open for air which was basically like a hot blow ...
... posed for her.
But her youthful exuberance wasn't about to give up. The next thing I knew she ran up to Susie and put her arms around her and posed for another picture. She then grabbed me and was joined by 2 friends for a group shot. They then left the museum, well pleased with what they had seen there.
The "How are you?" people:
While enjoying a wonderful breakfast, lunch and coffee ceremonies at ...