Views from ETHIOPIA

Posted: October 16, 2014 in Ethiopia - the Secret of Africa
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Ethiopia is one of the places on earth that has only been discovered by a few travellers. If you are amongst these few, you will have the one astonishing experience after another.
In contrast with a dry, unfertile county with famished people, you discover a magnificent country with lakes and green valleys, majestic mountains where rivers and streams flow and waterfalls pour down, breathtaking views, capricious shaped canyons, savannah, (semi)desert, rain forest, fertile highlands and coffee plantations.
Ethiopia is one of the places on earth that has only been discovered by a few travellers. If you are amongst these few, you will have the one astonishing experience after another.
In contrast with a dry, unfertile county with famished people, you discover a magnificent country with lakes and green valleys, majestic mountains where rivers and streams flow and waterfalls pour down, breathtaking views, capricious shaped canyons, savannah, (semi)desert, rain forest, fertile highlands and coffee plantations.

When Woman Travels...

a family on the roadEthiopia – the country which was the first to adopt Christianity as an official religion. Ethiopia – the country which together with Persia was one of the strongest in the world in ancient times (the Kingdom of Axum) and in which the tradition of drinking coffee originated. Today is also officially known as one of the poorest countries in the world.  Drought and destruction of top soil make farming almost impossible in most parts of the country. And rapidly growing population aggravates situation even more. For tourists, Ethiopia is a very interesting destination. The first reason is the rich history and culture of the country that are little known. Rock churches in Lalibela and Axum obelisks are only the most popular sights. There are many other exciting places where you can see various aspects of the history and lifestyle of the Ethiopians. The second reason is the opportunity that modern…

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  1. Geri says:

    Thanks for sharing my blog post! I really miss Ethiopia 🙂

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