Tag Archives: Addis Ababa

Yeshekla Tibs: Ethiopian Staple and Speciality

When it comes to food travel and exploring Ethiopian exotic and diverse cuisine, there is nothing more exhilarating than paying a visit to the local joints where the locals eat and hangout in order to experience the authentic local dish … Continue reading

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The Simple Splendour Of Muger River Gorge

Today’s virtual journey is taking the world to the marvelous but the unsung Muger river gorge. It is one of Ethiopia’s focal topographical landmarks, flanked by Addis Ababa and the Blue Nile waterfalls. Simply Muger river gorge is the hors d’oeuvre for … Continue reading

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Hyena Feeding: The Eastern Ethiopia Escapade

Talking about adventure, I want to begin with a reflective saying by Shana Alexander regarding holidays, travels and vacations “It is not really rest or even leisure we chase. We strain to renew our capacity for wonder, to shock ourselves … Continue reading

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Lake Ziway: The Ethiopia Water Bird Spectacle

The Great Pelicans, are the main stars of this astonishing natural live show, which takes place, at one of the freshwater Rift Valley lakes of Ethiopia. To make the spectacle more mesmerizing, many other beautiful water birds accompany the pelicans … Continue reading

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Ethiopian Palm Sunday In Addis Ababa

On April 28, 2013, Addis Ababa celebrated Palm Sunday colorfully than ever before. It was a special day for the Orthodox Religion followers because it was the last sunday for the fasting season and the beginning of the Holy Week. … Continue reading

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Mefakia: The Natural Ethiopian Toothbrush

“Mefakia” is the Amharic word for the natural wooden Ethiopian toothbrush, which is made from fibrous twigs, roots and stems of plants. Today in Ethiopia many still use Mefakia as the main tool for oral hygiene. Even in the city … Continue reading

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