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Short Journeys: Ethiopia

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Ethiopia is a delight to visit as a country. This book concentrates on the beautiful north, green and mountainous. Ethiopia is in the heart of the horn of Africa, but it also possesses a vibrancy, an ethos that is truly unique, that cannot be found in another country on this amazing continent, nor the world. It offers adventure in many different forms, warm and friendly people, exhilaration and above all experience. Read about trekking in the Simien Mountains and visiting the UNESCO Rock-hewn churches of Lalibela. I visit: Addis Ababa, the vibrant capital. Lalibela, where ancient churches were carved into rock. Gondar – once the capital of Ethiopia. The Simien Mountains – stretching up to 4500 metres, these stunning mountains are a highlight of any trip to north Ethiopia. Bahir Dar – on the beautiful Lake Tana. Not far from the Blue Nile Falls. This book includes 35 photos taken by the author himself, accommodation suggestions and more! Written in an open and easy... More > to read style. Second edition.< Less
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ISBN
9781304901354
Edition
Second Edition
Published
March 2, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
2.81 MB

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