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... much each of the children and then explaining that this was their only income. This is an element of my selfish traveller persona that I need to work on. I'm so used to giving people the brush off that I sometimes miss the point of why they are so persistent with their selling.
Finally the muddy, rocky plain that we walked across dropped off dramatically and the sound of rushing water could be heard in the distance. I deliberately kept my expectations low and ...
... by a sitting priest, it was likely the result of the boat trip guide's bellowing voice putting him off. He was speaking like his hearing aid wasn't turned on but we were obliged to pay him 100 bir between us for the ear-damaging tour.
He pointed out various plants that grew on the little island, mango and guava trees, kumquats and coffee trees. I had never really seen these and I felt the need to pay my respects to where my favourite bean originates. I ...
... local rickshaw and were charged 100 Ethiopian Birr to get there, when later were told to pay 3 Birr, so because of being white, we paid over 20 times the normal amount. This is one of the reasons why we rarely used this form of transport while we were here. The
The hospital they took us to was a government funded hospital. When we arrived, they had to wake up a nurse and by this time, Claire was in a ridiculous amount of pain. We ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTana Hotel Bahar Dar
Tana hotel is located at the shores of Lake Tana. It is a nice hotel with stylish rooms. The gift shop is reasonable priced and has a wonderful variety of items that round up a tourists desire. The restaurant offers a good and reasonable service as well. The location at the Lake invites you to relax and refresh.
The internet stick works here as well as mobile phones.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.