Ethiopian Unrest Hits Country's Tourism Industry – Voice of America

ADDIS ABABA —  Ethiopia’s tourism sector is suffering. The impact of a year of violent protests and state of emergency has led to a decline in tourists visiting the country. Ethiopia had... Read more »

Ethiopian Unrest Hits Country's Tourism Industry – VOA News – Voice of America

ADDIS ABABA —  Ethiopia’s tourism sector is suffering. The impact of a year of violent protests and state of emergency has led to a decline in tourists visiting the country. Ethiopia had... Read more »

A haunting in Ethiopia | mb.com.ph | Philippine News – Manila Bulletin – Manila Bulletin

Ghost-hunting in the land of origins Text and images by Aa Patawaran THE WEIGHT OF WATER The Blue Nile Falls, one of Ethiopia’s most popular attractions, also provides hydroelectricity to the country. An... Read more »

Celebration featuring Ethiopia's stunning churches and a dazzling religious festival – Daily Mail

This was the best birthday party ever.  An English friend of mine living in New York celebrated a big birthday by inviting three women friends of a similarly unmentionable age from either side... Read more »

At Lalibela in Little Ethiopia, order the doro wot and ask for an Ethiopian coffee ceremony – Los Angeles Times

Name of restaurant: Lalibela, named after the town in Ethiopia known for its churches carved from stone. Owner Tenagne Belachew is from a nearby town called Wole. She had put in her time... Read more »

At Lalibela in Little Ethiopia, order the doro wot and ask for an Ethiopian coffee ceremony

Name of restaurant: Lalibela, named after the town in Ethiopia known for its churches carved from stone. Owner Tenagne Belachew is from a nearby town called Wole. She had put in her time... Read more »

Visiting the 6th century Debre Damo monastery in Ethiopia – Daily Mail

The rope being tied around my waist by a monk comprised lengths of scraggly old leather attached to each other by granny knots. I have a fear of heights, and as I... Read more »

Ethiopia: holy days and highland rock churches

But it is that drive that sticks in my mind. It was market day in Lalibela and, as our charming and indefatigable guide Sammy Tilahun told us, people walked from more than... Read more »

Take a Hike Across Ethiopia’s Simien Mountains

The Simien Mountains Alamy HAULING MYSELF UP a stony path, the air thins with every breath. Ribbons of mist weave past me and a vulture circles overhead. Just when I think my... Read more »
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Ethiopia: A trip to a timeless land

On a visit to ‘magical’ Ethiopia, Clover Stroud is beguiled by the ancient and the everyday. Thousands of people had congregated in the field, including hundreds of priests dressed in brightly coloured,... Read more »