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... mismanagement of resources.
We stopped for lunch at a place that exemplifies some of the Ethiopian traditions. Gored-gored and kitfo are popular dishes made from raw beef (kitfo is similar to steak tartare). Most homes and restaurants display an area for the traditional coffee ceremony, an integral part of the social life in Ethiopia. We will have an ...
... potatoes, tomatoes, spinach, we haven’t seen bell peppers, chilli’s, cauliflower, beetroot in a long time now
They are all back (but going out for a second try this afternoon)
Going by the photos I have been shown by most people I haven’t really missed much by not going to the churches, but they can’t understand why I have come all this way not to see them, I came on this trip to see animals, game ...
... of photos, it soon mounts up (over $100 for one day)
I wouldn’t mind if the money went to the local community, but it seems the cost is spread between the church and UNESCO, but don’t quote me on that
But if anyone is really interested there is lots of information and pictures on here
At least we have wifi here and the wind has dried my tent out really well, so its a dry night for ...
... and fields full of crops of all description, grasses, fruit, grains and fat animals of all types. The road winds constantly up and down over spectacular mountain ranges through forests of eucalypts and firs on some of the best roads we have encountered on the trip. Everywhere people are busy as 90 million people live in this lush landlocked country and food production and consumption seem to occupy most of their time. After our flat tyre experiences we decided to stay in a ...
... workforce was supplemented overnight by a celestial one. Experts think that the work was carried out over a protracted timescale. The churches are in two clusters. Each set are linked by tunnels and pathways cut into the rock. Interesting though they are we quit after the first session returning the second day without a guide and had fun getting lost and being rescued by kind hearted Ethiopians who helped us with directions and strong arms up some vertical ...