Fasika Hotel

Address: P.O.Box 568, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O.Box 568, Addis Ababa, is near Churches of Lalibela, Church of St George, and Derg Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Addis Ababa

The art of Pickpocketing

A travel blog entry by william.ripley on Sep 14, 2014

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... weird the situation was you must get in a taxi and disappear before they notice their slightly emptier pocket. Oh well at least my organizations insurance has a theft part attached to it, but that involves trying to explain to the police exactly what I need from them. Oh well Goodbye New Year’s celebration photos. Hello money belt and extra security for this Ferengi (foreigners) ...

Doing more stupid things.

A travel blog entry by kyley on Jul 26, 2014

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... was a little dull, or because the lack of light made everything creepier, but when I entered the small windowless room at the back I gasped out loud.

The room was full of bones.

Against one wall, the bones were sorted into same parts- skulls, rib bones, femurs.
These bones were collected from some of the mass graves, identities unknown.

Against another wall was a display cabinet where each section was dedicated to one ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 20, 2014

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... evening, the female cooks at my hotel called me into their kitchen. The girls of Ethiopia, especially the Amhara and Tigray women of the north, with their soft brown skin and sleek cheekbones and tight braids and soft purple lips, were often considered the world's prettiest. These girls served me my first Ethiopian hospitality: morsels of beef and healthy, cooked grasses, to be eaten inside shreds of injera bread. And fried "sambusas" (samosas), ...

Back in the Big Smoke

A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 23, 2014

... that evening Mita kept to his word and before long I had been introduced to over fifty people who all wanted to know, among other things, why I supported QPR. English football talk made short work of any potential silences and soon I had bleary-eyed Ethiopians reciting the dates of birth of all of the Liverpool players.

I can honestly say that if I were ever to relocate to a different city, I would have a ready made group of friends within a few days in Ethiopia ...

Mayhem on the streets

A travel blog entry by braindoc21 on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

There truly is no way to fully describe what it is like to
travel around the streets of Addis.
For those of you who have traveled around central or south America you
may have a smattering of an idea but truthfully it ain’t even close. I have traveled a fair bit around Kenya
and Tanzania and again, their traffic system seems decades ahead of the streets
here. Maybe India, that may be
close, but I have never been ...

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