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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarmony Hotel Addis Ababa
Would stay here again. Nice location, friendly staff, good room, but a tad on the expensive side perhaps.
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... sometimes fools me into thinking I’m not even in Africa. Compared to Kenya, which feels distinctly 'African’, Ethiopia feels like one on its own; incomparable.
Ethiopian women are probably the most uniquely beautiful I’ve ever some across. Although
there is much variation throughout the country, the typical Ethiopian woman in Addis is petite and doe-eyed. The photo to the side shows my friend Dagy, ...
... wheel barrows pulling or pushing over-ripe fruit.
My solution to sticking out is to pretend that you don't, and it kind of works. Just walk around like you always come here on a Friday afternoon, what's the big deal mate? What you looking at? Take a picture if you want? Actually I really wanted to take some pictures but this would have spoilt the false impression I was building so I just puffed my chest out and continued. ...
... were communist. Unfortunately the Derg didn't have a clue about running a country, and went down the usual path of nationalising everything, and torturing and exterminating several hundred thousand educated and elite. The country fell into famine and poverty, though they had one of the largest military forces in the world. Over 1 million Ethiopian's died in the famine of the early 1980s. Finally with the implosion of the Soviet regime, in 1991 the Soviets withdrew and ...
... into a coffee shop and saw her sitting on the curb across the street, still watching and waiting for us.
Once we finished coffee, and started walking again the pursuit continued again at close range. As we continued to walk, some lady who must have known her said a few words and the girl was gone. I assumed she had traveled too far from where she was supposed to be (following us for over a km).
Dagim later informed us that she was from a farming family in the north ...