i lived here for about a year cuz my gran lived there so it was a good place to be and it was good for shopping too and i loved their food and the smell of coffee even though i hate coffee so i didnt taste it and i was tutored a little on making Anjera i think that is how you spell it, i dont really know and i also picked up a few sentences which i have kind of forgoten now. the people are nice too and if you not in the capital, its got some great green mountains i dont remember what they were called. but when it rained then you were in hell but you get to adapt to it after a while and sometimes you lose a shoe or two in the mud and have a laugh about it after you get home and clean up.over 2 years ago
Ethiopia aka: Ityop'iyaAddis Ababa, Lalibela, and Aksum. Ethiopia is featured on the lists Directory of Countries, Travel: Countries of the world, and Olympic Games: Country ranking by all-time 'per capita' Medals. Places in Ethiopia have been tagged ethiopia, haile selassie i, and africa.
Lists about this place
- - UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia
- - Directory of Countries
- - Travel: Countries of the world
- - Olympic Games: Country ranking by all-time 'per capita' Medals
- - Olympic Games: Outsiders ranked by smallest GDP/Medals won
- - Eastern Africa
- - Places Featured on Season 6 of The Amazing Race
Ethiopia is the place to be! Considering that the first humanbeing (Lucy) comes from Ethiopia. It’s absoultely gorgeous! The people are blessed, and the historical places are stunning. I feel right at home when I go there. It can be a spiritual, intellectual renewal of self.over 3 years ago
We have an exchange student at our school this year that is from Addis Ababa. Even if I didn’t go for any other reason, I’d go to see him after he goes home this summer. He is awesome! haha anyway, It would be awesome to go and experience a culture completely different from my own.over 4 years ago
I’m an anthropology student, and while I want to focus on Near East Studies and archaeology, I would love to do some fieldwork here. I have an excellent professor who has lived there on and off for many years studying the people and their culture.
Someday!over 5 years ago