The excellent and very detailed website for Bale Mountain National Park wasn't working when we updated the 8th edition, and so we deleted it from the book, but I am pleased to report it is back online at https://balemountains.org and remans a must-visit resource for anybody planning to go there. Other news is that we … Continue reading News from Bale Mountains National Park
AddisAdvisor writes: PRICES of ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES DOMESTIC TICKETS. March 2019 Ethiopian gives substantial discount on domestic flight tickets to five groups of people INCLUDING citizens, registered foreign residents and TOURISTS who fly in (or out) on an Ethiopian Airlines International Ticket. It USED TO BE cheaper to buy your tickets once inside the country, but … Continue reading Domestic flights – all you need to know about discounted prices
https://new-faces-new-places.com is a great new blog with detailed stories and pictures based on the author Zac's trip to Ethiopia from December 2015 to February 2016. It includes posts on Addis Ababa and Harar, and Zac hopes to add to add Lalibela, Awra Amba, Bahir Dar, Gondar, Simien Mountains, Axum, the Tigray Churches/Hawzien, Mekele and the Danakil Depression in … Continue reading Excellent Ethiopia travel blog
Addis Advisor writes: I was at an Addis Hotel exhibition yesterday. Your readers might want to know about a good new hotel booking site, totally local, by 2 young guys... the URL is www.siyago.com
Thanks to Matthias fir alerting me to this very useful new downloadable brochure about Jimma and nearby sites in the western highlands, including coffee plantations and a new national park where you can see elephants! http://binco.eu/en/publicaties/reisgids-in-en-rond-jimma-zuid-west-ethiopie/
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I just came across this amazing website awesometapesfromafrica.blogspot.com. Anybody with more than a passing interest in African music could explore it for days. But if you like Aster Aweke, download the old cassette posted in October 2010. Sounds totally different & very much older and more traditional than other other CD or cassette I've ever heard … Continue reading Old Aster Aweke recordings