Arba Minch Tourist Hotel

Address: Main Street of the Lower City, Arba Minch, Ethiopia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street of the Lower City, Arba Minch, is near National Volcano Park (Parc National des Volcans), Ntarama Church, Primate Safaris, and Muslim Quarter.
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Travel Blogs from Arba Minch

Public bus ride

A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Jul 15, 2014

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... looking forward to a nice shower and bed...but hey, it's Africa! A tuktuk driver brought me to 3 different places for free. The first one: disgusting. The second one: tourist hotel with free wifi!!! Way too expensive though. The third one: slightly better than the first one but cheaper so I decided to stay for 80 birr per night (bedbugs included). Today the tuktuk driver picked me up in the morning. He offered to show me his village so we went up ...

Down South and Out East

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jan 15, 2014

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... try to avoid raw meat in 3rd world countries. Eventually I stumbled on an actual guesthouse restaurant that was selling a larger selection of meals. Arba Minch has a few day trips you can do, such as a nice national park and crocodile farms. However, everything is expensive with mandatory guides, no public transport, etc.

I headed to the highland town of Dorze, which is where the road terminates in some hills nearby. I also did some trekking to the less tourist ...

Under the Ethereal Ethiopian Sky

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Dec 05, 2013

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... Queen Sheba that came to people's minds, or the magical rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, or the beautiful diverse ecosystems or the dying tribes of the Lower Omo Valley - the thought that came to people's minds was starvation and abject poverty. The enduring image is of the famine of 1984-85 when more than a million people died. I was a student in London then, watching the Live Aid concert which was beamed around the world. Songs like "We Are the World", "Do They Know ...

A Day of Bonuses - Photoshop and A Forest Walk

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Dec 04, 2013

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... we stood we could see the pipes taking the spring water up to Paradise Lodge. We walked further into the forest to a little 'swimming pool' - which presented a perfect photo op involving a group of boys having a swim; the lighting was just perfect...but we all felt it would've been too intrusive and so reluctantly walked on, cameras off. It was fascinating walking through the forest with Dale - he saw so many things that we would've otherwise just walked past...a ...

Crocodile Market and the Road to Konso

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Dec 01, 2013

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... Konso. Lunch was at the scenic Kanta Lodge surrounded by beautiful mountains and valleys. I discovered the local spicy dish of 'tibes' and relished it! (I must've eaten it nearly everyday since then!).

The road to Konso was an interesting one. All along the way kids would run along the side of the road shouting "Highland! Highland!" We asked our driver, Million (yes, that's his name) and he explained that Highland was the brand of the first bottled water ...