Lal Hotel Lalibela
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... of Eritrea, Ethiopia is now landlocked, and depends on keeping good relations with Eritrea and Djibouti for access to ports.
We saw an excellent example of how valuable a camel is as we drove along the highway to Mekele. This man was taking his camel several miles to the vet to repair its broken leg. A cow or goat with this type of injury would probably be left to die a natural ...
... asking for money, sweets, food, even the clothes off your back, who is the worst and most persistent
There are no end of signs with USAID or UKAID or donated by the EU on them, lots of schools (with no teachers or staff) lots of wells (with no village nearby) the money that is coming in isn’t being spent very wisely, I think
There is still a terrific gap between the haves and have not’s, kids still running about ...
... with the road winding up and up through the mountains becoming gravel as we entered the Park proper and we headed for our destination at Bale a Mountain Lodge. This was good road but steep going and we passed many locals on small tough looking ponies wrapped against the coolness of the altitude in their Gabi, a sort of combination hand woven shawl and blanket. With the exception of Norway nowhere in the world have I seen such spectacular views appearing around every corner. It is ...
... means that it was carved out of the
rock from the roof downwards and is then free from the rock with the
only attachment to its host was the floor. The Bet Medhane Alem
measured 33.5m by 23.5m and was 11.5m high. From here a tunnel
leads into another courtyard containing no less than 3 churches: Bet
Maryam, (Bet meaning “House of”) a smaller monolithic structure
believed to be ...
... to Lalibela (with the Timkat festival) were heavily booked, I got on a waiting list for a flight the next day. The airport staff were not very optimistic. I started thinking of excursions I could take from Addis if I wasn't able to get a flight. I would have fun no matter what and perhaps just enjoy the big city Addis as a base. I hopped a ride over to little ...