Lal Hotel Woldiya

Address: Weldiya, Weldiya, Amhara Region, Ethiopia | Hotel
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      Traditional coffee ceremony at Gich village

      A travel blog entry by laurak44 on Oct 30, 2014

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      At Gich village we stopped at a local muslim family hut to experience a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. Coffee beans were washed, roasted and ground and 3 rounds of coffee were shared with each of us. It was very dark and cold in the hut, colder than outside, and once our eyes had adjusted we could see the shelves carved into the walls, live chickens hanging upside down and even a mule stabled in the ...

      Ciao 'bela!

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 22, 2014

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      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 ...

      The Money Shots

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 21, 2014

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      Ben Abeba is a bizarre piece of striking yet slightly eye-irritating piece of architecture. The name means Hill of Flowers in half Scottish Gaelic and half Amharic, Ben as in Ben Nevis meaning hill and Abeba as in Addis Ababa meaning flower or flowers.

      The Scottish lady who owned the place was here there and everywhere asking people how they were and seeing if anyone wanted a hot toddy or a can of McEwans, totally stereotyped and totally not true, she was lovely and ...

      The Rocky Road to Recovery

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 21, 2014

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      Having spent a large part of the night running down to the street sewer at the bottom of the hill, I wasn’t exactly feeling tip-top and although there isn’t a specific mood to be in to look at rock-hewn churches, the one I was lumbered with in the morning was less than enthusiastic about the sight of anything except a pristine toilet with plenty of loo roll and a smell of sweet lavender. Anyone who’s budget travelled around Ethiopia will know ...

      Monolithic Churches

      A travel blog entry by outbounders on Apr 12, 2014

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      Selam, Our next destination was a kingly city, promptly named after King Lalibela. This rural town famous for its monolithic churches is reached after a time consuming adventure, traveling here is no different than any other commute in Ethiopia - LONG! Alex and I were eager to explore the historical and religious ruins, so we woke early with hopes to sight-see before the tourist rush. To our ...