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... to participate in this tradition.
On our journey we passed through a small town where a wedding party was going on. The men are preparing to get into their cars for a procession.
We see a few more mosques in this part of the country. Although the majority of Ethiopians are Christians, there are significant Muslim populations, especially in the east and south. ...
... I have done, I know the trip finishes in Cairo and I want to see the pyramids (which aren’t animals, I know) but it’s a place I enjoy going to and even though I have been to Egypt quite a few times I have never been to Cairo
Lalibela maybe a UNESCO site, but it’s not on a tourist must see list, they had 35, 000 visitors last year, the government doesn’t even promote it, just local signs, no wonder the whole ...
... rolling into Awassa we found a fantastic resort on the banks of the lake and the reasonable priced clean rooms with hot showers, air con, a great restaurant and fast wifi pampered us for the night. The next morning we were due to head East into the Bale Mountains National Park where we planned to meet Nicky and her good friend Chris Harvie from Hazeyview who were coming to spend a week in Ethiopia visiting the sights and occasionally bumping into us if that worked out. The boys ...
Set off to drive to the town off Lalibella, this we had been advised was a tar road, but with
about 75 kms to go it became quite a bad dirt road. Still we
eventually made it and again managed to park in a hotel car park for
Mike found that we have a leak from the oil cooler. We had tried to repair this pipe in
Marsabit in Kenya but could not ...
January 15, 2015.
What a splendid time it has been in this "country" of Somaliland. I could have easily stayed a few more days but with one week before I flew home, there was time left for one more grand adventure. I have itchy feet today, time to move. I'm at the airport in Hargeisa, trying to get standby ticket back to Addis Ababa. The airport staff were ...