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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On a eu de la pluie assez forte une bonne partie de la nuit; ce matin, les odeurs de fleurs et d'eucalyptus sont accentuées comme ça arrive chez nous après une bonne pluie.
Aujourd'hui, c'est la relaxation: marche jusqu'au restaurant Ben Ababa ouvert depuis deux ans seulement et qui offre un point de vue spectaculaire. En arrivant, la …
... with soft Scottish tones, if that's possible.
The structure wound around in circles, taking in different levels and exposing most diners to a breathtaking view over the Northern Ethiopian desert plains, light hills to the left and right completed the view with a small unpaved snake of a road winding all the way back towards the main highway 65 kilometres away.
The five of us sat and ate while Mita got food elsewhere. The place had 'Lonely Planet' written ...
... of me surrounded closely on all sides by cold stone, Micha turned and pranked me by grabbing my sides and I let out an embarrassing yelp.
Once we had reached the light at the end of the tunnel it was time for lunch. It came on cue as we were all tiring a bit of being led from place to place. Mita came and picked us up and took us to another little interesting eatery that you wouldn't expect in the middle of the Ethiopian semi-desert: A Scottish restaurant....
... added to a vegetarian’s choice and the extra meal also meat-laden, leaving no alternative for the two veggies to share the single meat-free dish.
The power went off shortly before the food arrived and this town-wide problem, no doubt caused by the strong winds, added buckets of atmosphere to a meal experience that would perhaps only be possible in the third world.
We walked back through the town in total darkness on the ...
... minibus stand and sure enough just as my coffee arrived, so did a broker. He was quite young and looked like what my friend Maddie would call a “Gigimushi”. A long protracted negotiation occurred in which I increased price 400 Br and he dropped 50. I should have have realised then that this was a bad idea.
Eventually we agreed on a hefty 25$ and I loaded up the gear. He then drove off to a group of locals and started picking them up, in order ...