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  • My tour to the Blue Nile Falls

    1. April 2010

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    My tour to the Blue Nile Falls
    As of Bahir Dar, the prominent Blue Nile Falls formulate for an effortless day trip. As an alternative of taking a travel around or else one of the standard buses, we determined to lease a bicycle as well as make our legs actually to the labor. It was an immense way for being out surrounded by nature, as to make out the landscape as well as make the acquaintance of the people by the side of the way, on the other hand at different times it was as well disagreeable, and in particular when kids began throwing stones. As soon as we in conclusion reached Tis Abay Township, it appeared that the entire population was following us. Populace running among us, jumping in frontage of our bikes, as well as trying to acquire our concentration in each and every way: we speedily purchased our ticket,  [...]

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    Ethiopia – The Place Where Life Began

    8. February 2010

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    Ethiopia – The Place Where Life Began
    Ethiopia is a landlocked country in the Horn of Africa.  It is considered to be one of the most ancient countries the world has ever seen.  Officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, the country is the second most populous nation in the African continent with over 79.2 million residents.  The country’s capital is Addis Ababa. Ethiopia is known for a massive highland complex of mountains surrounded by semi-dessert areas and steppes.  The country is considered one of the oldest in the world.  In fact some historians believe Ethiopia is the beginning of mankind, a point which can be debated though. Ethiopia has a rare distinction of being the only country in Africa, which never fell under colonization.  In fact, Ethiopia has a proud place in world history. The  [...]

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    Lava Pools - Unlished

    29. January 2010

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    Lava Pools – Unlished
    Our world is a fascinating place and to support this, I could site numerous examples, instances, illustrations and demos. But Lava Lakes is a fascination to watch and best attraction, be it in these pics attached or pics that you can Google from, these Lava lakes are a magnum of light show’s to some and to some people a catastrophe that has blown their lives. Though am not a volcanologist, but it was some sought of my complete wacky inquisitive that has took me to the aerial tour of a Lava Lake. Sharing this insight with you, can be termed as my immense pleasure or you can think what of what big fool I am to take such a trip when I could have gone to best around the world tour. To really start with, what is Lava Lake? In a lay man language so that it’s easy for all to understand,  [...]

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    The Cattle Herder Mursi Of Ethopia

    25. December 2009

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    The Cattle Herder Mursi Of Ethopia
    The Mursi are commonly known as Murzu. They are a wandering cattle herder cultural group. They are sited in the region of Debub Omo in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR) in Ethiopia. It is situated very near to the Sudanese boundary. As stated in the national census of the year 2007, there are around 7,500 Mursi in all, out of which hardly 448 dwell in city areas .92.25% of the total Mursi population live in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR). Location The home of the Mursi is enclosed by mountains situated in the region of the River Omo and its various branches. Mago is the major residing area of the Mursi. It is one of the majority isolated areas of the nations. Their neighbors consists of the Banna, the Aari, the Bodi, the  [...]

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    Harar Jugol: The Fortified Historic Town

    14. December 2009

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    You would get to know your unawareness about the great Ethiopian culture once you reach this place. This place is a great venue to learn African Islamic development. The country Ethiopia itself remained unexplored for many years. The town Harar Jugol recently in 2006 got added to the World Heritage list by UNESCO. It lies nearly 500km to Addis Abaga on a hilltop at an altitude of 1900m. The city has a population of 122000 and is ranked fourth among the holiest city of Islam. There are 82 mosques with three of them as old as that of 10th century and 102 shrines fulfilling the religious needs of people. The place has been listed in World Heritage list because of its cultural significance but not many people know that this place is also famous for its distinct coffee. There are many ethnic  [...]

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    The Gondar Castle – The Hallmark Of Medieval Architecture

    10. December 2009

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    Gondar Castle rings the bell! The lord of rings has Kingdom of Gondor a fiction of JR Tolkien. Ethiopia has the Gondar Castle’s that has saga of history and blood shed on its walls though a marvelous and magnificent  structure of medieval time that hooks us to transport us to reign Emperor Fasilidas. The Castle stands strong with its chronologies and fine architecture that’s not a myth but a historical significance for ancient art and architecture. In the shadow of the Twin Mountains at an altitude of more than 2300 meters, Gondar has spectacular view of farmlands and shimmering water of Lake Tana, thirty five kilometers to its south. Gondar was founded by Emperor Fasilidas around 1635 as its capital, before this they used to have different camp sites and no capital. It is said  [...]

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