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A Travel Blog by trusselltrust
... spend a couple of weeks each December distributing these presents, all donations from UK supporters, amongst some of the very poorest people in Europe. Through this blog we hope to show you how and where we distribute your donated box of goodies. We ...
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A Travel Blog entry by travelwithjorg from Jinka, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... ) porridge-like drink ‘Borde’. It was interesting to witness and discover a bit more of this area and how the people live. After the trip to Mursi I witnessed a coffee ceremony at a friend of Solomon. This ceremony takes place anytime someone ...
A Travel Blog entry by bdsaly from Jinka, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... even witness some customs, including the Hamer peoples’ bull-jumping initiation ceremony for young men. Surprisingly, given the region’s close proximity and at least visual similarity to the vast game reserves of the Serengeti, we saw ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Wondo Genet, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... how he deflects whining without ignoring the issue either. The drivers and the chef, our primary contact with Ethiopian people outside of Kibrom, all seemed like nice, genuine people. I expected that taking photos of people would not be ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Konso, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... including the inside of one of the huts. There was an animal in one alcove but I didn't see it - there were several people inside including a woman with a baby. We could see the cooking area with a fire pit. Then we went out into the ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Turmi, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... pants got wet as the rain came down harder. The rain didn't last too long though and we continued to a clearing where people were gathered to dance again. Now there were as many men dancing as women. The cattle had been driven along the ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Jinka, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... to see - the honey or tej (honey mead) with bees flying around the top of the container, tobacco for chewing, handicrafts, the people's traditional dress - fruits and vegetables. If I hadn't had the agenda to take photos of people, I think it would ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Hawassa, Ethiopia
... hit a lot of the morning traffic again this trip. The lane going into the city was deadlocked for quite awhile. People were rather bored with the cityscape of corrugated metal, dust and smoke. As we started leaving Addis, we emerged into ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Turmi, and People's Region, Ethiopia
... photos. Oh, yes, also guilt us by pointing to their babies and implying that they don't have enough food. Most people didn't look poorly nourished, but they certainly were poor and did not have much in the way of comfort or convenience. Many ...
A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Turmi, Ethiopia
... out and us into it before the rain. We stayed while it rained and then came out at 6:30 for a special Ethiopian dinner. People are starting to drink ouzo here at the dinner table. I think I am ready for bed. Jill has already left. ...
A Travel Blog entry by gary.rosewarne from Gewada, Ethiopia
... morning to a big audience of school-kids and locals, we packed up and prepared to head off. It was then that the local people told us we had to pay for the nights accommodation. It was then that we realised that the previous evening the ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelwithjorg from K’ey Āfer, Ethiopia
In Key Afar the market day is on Thursday and many interesting tribes go there so nice pics! The people know that the tourists are coming so dress up even more than they normally do. Met with Biruk, the guy I changed money with at the Kenya/ Ethiopia ...
A Travel Blog entry by iman_ from Volta Region, Ghana
... completely eradicated by outside influences. The people of Krobo are very proud of this, especially when acknowledging that some people feel certain cultural practices, which are not violating human rights are still being deemed as witchcraft or a silly ...
A Travel Blog entry by stammo from Annapurna Region, Himalayan Region, Nepal
... acclimatisation walks but came down to a safe altitude to acclimatise without any problems. Nepal - scenery, life, people, food, everything. Hot springs. Lowlights: - The Annapurna Circuit is becoming very commercial (helicopter fly-ins, ...
A Travel Blog entry by andrewmarnie from Langhe Region, Italy
Day 154 - 156, 7- 9th November 2006, Langhe wine region, Piemonte: the finest red wines in Italy (and quite possibly the world) We had been planning to go to Milan after Pisa, but with the Langhe region so close, we couldn't resist a few days there. ...
A Travel Blog entry by swallowp from Everest Region, Himalayan Region, Nepal
... shop and bought some peanuts - anything for protein and energy. Debouche is 3700m high and still did not have altitude sickness - a couple of people in the group have headaches - but ok for me. Did not like the lodge where we ate at Debouhe - it was way ...
A Travel Blog entry by eleo from Samara region, Russia
Tolyatty is a big industrial city in Samara region. Now (2008) Population of Tolyatty is more than 850 000 people. In my opinion in future Tolyatty will become one of most polular cities in Russia. Now Tolyatty is not common direction ...
A Travel Blog entry by susieanddavid from Marahau, Tasman, New Zealand
... glimpse of the Pacific Ocean from South Island and woke her in his excitement. At Oahu Point, Susie spotted a car pulled over and people with cameras photographing. Allie and Tony had told us to be on the look out for seals at this location. We stopped ...
A Travel Blog entry by seanspacifica from Drakensberg Region, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
... leg for us was to Pietermaritzburg where we stayed with my Gran in Howick and used that as a base to explore the region. Along the way we drove through the Northern Drakensberg which is an absolutely stunning mountainous area with panoramic views, and we ...
A Travel Blog entry by hilarya from Margaret River region, Australia
... . I've never had hayfever in my life but apparently the pollen is really bad this year and affecting lots and lots of people, including me. I'm on anti-histamines now and the symptoms are definitely improving. And to end this entry on a very sad note ...
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Filled with the mysteries and customs of the local Raramuri local people, this region offers visitors hiking, horseback riding and guided river tours.