Lal Hotel Lalibela
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Nourriture assez bonne dans un hôtel très récent juste en face de notre hôtel, le Tukul Village Hotel
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... at the end of the tunnel, Heaven. Bet Abba
Libanos was the last of the cluster and fantastically interesting!
After that it was a quick walk back to the hotel where Mike replaced
the leaking hose with a newer, but larger hose. In an effort to make
it leak proof he ended up putting three jubilee clips mat each end of
the pipe and after refilling the oil it seems to be holding.
... at me. I smiled, held my hands up and said "Hello, can I eat and drink with my new friends here?". They laughed, slapped me on the back and welcomed me in, almost everyone offering me seats at their tables.
A fun group of 30 something young men and women were at the bar, I chatted with them, we all sat down and had lamb tibs and many beers together. ...
... the rock hewn churches. The first we visit is Bête Mari Yam which is 40 m high or deep, st Mary's Church where there are Two ponds carved into the Rock - one for baptisms and the other, the fertility pool, where one woman was actually being lowered. We were all most struck by the cross shaped Church of Saint George which was carved from solid red volcanic rock in the 12th century. It is 25mx 25m x ...
Bet Merkorios (11)
Reached via a series of trenches and tunnels (one is long, narrow and pitch-black) that starts from Bet Gabriel-Rufael, this church may have started as something altogether different. The discovery of ...