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Christmas: Chocolate Yule Log With Ethiopian Coffee

It’s one of the eloquent details of interracial marriage, where two cultures come together, to create something unique. This traditional combination emanates from a home, where two Christmas celebrations are taking place on different days. Besides Dec 25th Christmas celebration, … Continue reading

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FIVE LOAVES: Having Breakfast In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

There are many restaurants and cafes established either by an expat to bring their home to another land or a native whom have been abroad for a while brings a foreign experience to their motherland. Positively all these contribute in … Continue reading

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ENKUTATASH: Ethiopia Welcoming Year 2007

The Amharic word Enkutatash means “gift of jewels” in which the Ethiopian New Year’s day eloquently named after besides the two Amharic words–Addis Amet which literally means New Year. Welcoming the New Year right after the rainy season ends when … Continue reading

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Tis Abay: Walkabout To The Blue Nile Falls

There is an interesting trail that needs to be covered via a thrillingly challenging 30 – minute walk through the remarkable Tis Abay village in order to reach the main viewpoint over Tis Abay (the Blue Nile Falls). For me … Continue reading

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FASIKA: The Eloquent Pieces Of Ethiopian Easter Holiday

Fasika (Easter Holiday) is one of the national and religious holidays of Ethiopia. Year after year Fasika is being celebrated in a most spiritually mesmerizing church service, earnest, unique and beautiful traditions throughout the country by Christian Ethiopians. The very … Continue reading

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Hawassa: Lounging Along Ethiopian Rift Valley Lake

Heading 275 km south of Addis Ababa leads to a tranquil lakeside city. It is the largest city in the Ethiopian Rift Valley, was once the capital of Sidamo region, and today it is the capital of Southern Nations and … Continue reading

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WALKABOUT: Addis Ababa’s Market

Addis Ababa encompasses colorful markets that are worth to visit. Mercato is reputed to be the largest market in Africa and is one of the tourist Attractions of Addis Ababa.  Today, I want to walkabout and the take the world … Continue reading

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