Journals Ethiopia

Ethiopian Highlands

Created by Madrid on May 1, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

6 Stories

A diary of my 15-day trip to the Ethiopian Highlands, including an account of the 3-day Timkat Festival in Lalibela.

Nightmare in Addis Abbaba

Created by isoldezole on November 27, 2005

1 Story

Business practices of Ethiopian Airlines

Adventure in Ethiopia

Created by world explorer on February 9, 2005

2 Reviews

With an Ethiopian husband, I've experienced parts of Ethiopia most tourists don't. I'm always fascinated by the variety of geography, climate, and scenery within such short distances. My third month-long visit included the "Historic Route." Many treasures await in Ethiopia, but best of all are the caring, generous people!

Ethiopia- January 2003

Created by eccles1 on July 6, 2003

1 Review
18 Stories

I had a great time spending six weeks travelling around the country, barely scratching the surface of all the things there are to do and see there. Most of the time, I took local buses and stayed in local guesthouses, usually for US$5 to $7 per night.

Ethiopian History and Culture

Created by Madrid on May 1, 2003

4 Stories

This journal sketches out the varied threads of legend and history that have made Ethiopia such a land of mystery and fable. The country traces its origins back to King Solomon, over 3000 years ago.

Strength in Ethiopia

Created by Rhythm on March 13, 2003

1 Review

We took a bus from Addis Ababa to Bahar Dar. Amazingly, 670km can take 28 hours--20 hours driving, eight hours sleeping. Ethiopia is like no other place, an experience never to be forgotten. I'm going to break format to explain because Ethiopia always did: here is a poem.

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