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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeven Olives Hotel Lalibela
Nous sommes allés au resto de l'hôtel et avons été très déçus. La batisse est plutôt en décrépitude.
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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 …
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 Lalibela.
The Ethi-Anglo-Belgian explorers soon became the number one attraction in Gashena as our back left tyre deflated almost instantly upon arrival. Scenes from Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ bear many similarities to the gradual yet slightly sinister accumulation of prying eyes around the jeep. One person would be walking along then stop for a minute to look, I would turn to ...
... of Lalibela (2800m) and dropped the dutch off at their guesthouse. I finally managed to insist on being taken to the guesthouse of my choosing, but not without loosing my temper again. “Peace Bro”.
Salam Guesthouse was an oasis of quiet. A family run guesthouse away from the bustle, noise and dust of the city centre, but not away from the clutches of the hustlers. Salam and her family were quick to settle me in and then help me with directions ...
... personnel than there are workers. Now there was no other way to get there, so we just had to sit and wait while he heaped enough dirt and stones into the ditch that he was digging, ran backwards and forwards over it a few times, and waved us through. Whilst our 4x4 mini bus got through, the standard minibus behind us had no such luck.
One of the advantages of being a tour group of one was that we had a few spare seats, so the seven of them ...