Lal Hotel Woldiya
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... correct size hose and the
second hand one we had used is now leaking.
Mike has decided to go sightseeing and then fix it on return. The town is famous for the
eleven hand carved rock churches. These are now classed as a world
heritage sight and have large metal roofs covering the whole area.
The first on the agenda was said to be the biggest monolithic rock-hewn
church known to ...
... Italian troops from the colony of Eritrea entered Addis Ababa on 5 May 1936. Along with Dire Dawa, the city had been spared the aerial bombardment (including the use of chemical weapons such as mustard gas) practiced elsewhere and its railway to Djibouti remained intact. Under its Italian spelling Addis Abeba, the city served as the Duke of Aosta's capital for ...
Another 7 am departure this time bound for Meleke.
Back along the same unpaved dusty road to Gashena where 2 hours later it was time for a coffee stop.
Then with the sun on the right giving me beautiful light for the ever so slightly different scene as we drove north.
Looking like Scottish thistles, because the owner is Scottish and with her Ethiopan partner, Ben Abeba just out of town was our dinner venue. With spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, ...
My second and last night in Lalibela was enjoyed back at Ben Abeba, not my choice but I could hardly complain, despite the distant chattering of saga holiday tour groups on other tables it was a lovely place and worth another look at sunset.
A few bottles of St George's might have been enough for the majority of the group but myself, Micha and Mita decided to stay out a little later against the best intentions of the others. We said we'd get ...