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We were off this morning at 8 am. I was happy that I was able to take a photo of the papyrus boat on the hotel grounds before we left. Aga had told me about seeing it on the side of the hotel entrance.
The drive to Gondar was very much appreciated by all it seems. We drove on a good road through 3 hours or so of farmland: tef, wheat …
"Dit is Afrika, en dit is Tour d'Afrique!" Elke dag is vol verrassingen. Soms gebeurt er zo veel, dat de ochtend aan het eind van de dag een week geleden lijkt. Daarom is het onmogelijk alles te vatten in 1 verhaal. Een paar schetsjes van de afgelopen week. En fotootjes natuurlijk. Ochtend (Soedan) De zon is nog niet helemaal op. We rijden een …
This morning we climbed. At the 19km mark we started the epic climb and continued upwards seemingly without end. Just when you thought you had reached the top you would see the switchbacks continue even higher. By 33km after almost 4 hours we had reached the summit. There was a further 27km of mostly descent to lunch.
After lunch as we …
Part two of my world Odyssey was a 45 day tour through Ethiopia and Kenya. I had booked it before I had experience with self-driving in Africa. I have no doubt that Mozza and I could have tackled it, but the tour was already paid for so I wasn't going to miss it.
To be honest I was actually a little apprehensive. It was an overland tour ( …
107 Km 2500 m climb 1000 m altitude gain
Well the 8 days are over and I survived. Today was interesting. 20 km rolling hills, 1100 m climb in 13 km 800 m decent and then again almost 100 m climb over 40km. look at the section on Google earth. The first climb was very steep with serpentine roads at the end. we then travailed along a ridge …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGoha Hotel Gonder
This place sits on top of the hill and commands a great view of the surrounding town. We scored a free upgrade, so fortunately didn't have to fork out the cash. Food portions were quite small for the price you pay (by Ehtiopian standards), but relatively inexpensive by western standards. Rooms were clean and generally well kept. Location was the real drawcard.
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