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We provide mystery shopping services to businesses within Kenya and hope to expand to the neighboring countries very soon.Mystery shopping enable business owners to evaluate their services from the customer's perspective.This…Continue
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||The first annual African Fashion Week Houston brought together Houstonians and international guests to celebrate the cultural traditions of…|
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Summary: The Danakil Depression, also called Dallol Depression, is a desert with some areas that are more than 100 meters below sea level. This is special because it is one of the lowest points on earth not covered by water. There are hot yellow sulfur fields among the sparkling white salt beds. Heat isn't the only thing people feel in the Dallol Depression. Alarming earth tremors are frequently felt. There are also several active volcanoes. So just how hot is it at the…Continue
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Each season fashion week in New York offers emerging fashion designers who take a unique approach to conceptualizing apparel. Concepts can range from colors, shape texture and a combination of everything that the creative mind can conceive. This season TeKay Designs, a couture studio based in Houston Texas, presented Queen of the Brides, a collection of gowns with accessories that are historic and have a cultural significance.…
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Dorze village the accommodations are very basic no hot water but the night is fantastic where the local community shows you traditional music & dance at night with campfire. The elders tales you legend, history & anecdotes of the Dorze people while you eat local Dorze stable food Kocho (so called enset or false Banana). The youngest invites you to sing their original music & to dance together.…Continue
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Ethiopia is the earliest known home of humankind. A skeleton of an older human ancestor Australopithecus Afarensis was discovered in 1974 in the Afar region. Anthropologists have established that the skeleton covering 40% of the human body had belonged to a twenty-years-old female that lived 3.5 million years ago.
Ethiopia offers a greater richness in archaeological finds and historical buildings than any other country in Sub-Saharan Africa
Ethiopia offers a greater…Continue
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The natural beauty of Ethiopia amazes the first-time visitor. Ethiopia is a land of rugged mountains broad savannah, lakes and rivers. The unique Rift Valley is a remarkable region of volcanic lakes, with…
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Whether on the historic route or elsewhere, visitors can experiance and practice an ancient religious festivals such as Genna(Christmas),…Continue
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Tour Description : The Historic Route and Harar
Duration : 11 days or 14 days.
Tour code : TET
1. Arrival in Addis Ababa. Be welcomed at the airport by your tour guide. Transfer to hotel and check-in. There is a big choice of good hotels available in Addis Ababa. Enjoy your first Ethiopian dinner in Addis.
2. Addis Ababa City tour and Sightseeing. In the morning visit the National Museum, the Trinity Cathedral and the Ethnological Museum. Have…Continue
Added by solmon Admasu on October 3, 2012 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Dear visitors, do you have these questions in mind, which Ethiopian tour operators are well organized, professional, competitive, reliable and responsible to handle your tour and travel need in Ethiopia? The answer is you are now on the right track to find all these qualities from Veronica Ethiopia Tours for your tour in Ethiopia.
Veronica Ethiopia Tours is proud to introduce you with Ethiopia as a destination where only few have been before.
Ethiopia is a country bestowed with…Continue
Added by Solomon Admasu on July 16, 2012 at 9:42am — No Comments
List your company/business/organisation in Agribusiness Directory Uganda 2012, the first publication of its kind in Uganda’s Agricultural history. The product came up as a result of the high demand from both commercial and small scale farmers whose need is to directly contact buyers, traders, consumers, input suppliers and service providers. On the other side, Agribusiness enterprises and exporters require a quick check database where they can easily identify potential suppliers, producers…Continue
Added by Sharon Againe on July 9, 2012 at 7:55pm — No Comments
Practical information travelers to Ethiopia need to know about photographing and filming in Ethiopia. If you are going to Ethiopia for a photographing trip, take more film, digital camera cards and spare batteries than think you will need. Ethiopia is very photogenic and it will be easy to use at least one roll of 36 exposures per day or fill half your digital camera card. It is advisable you bring a U/V filter and dust cover to protect you camera.
Out of Addis Ababa it is hard to…Continue
Added by Solomon Admasu Endalamaw on June 20, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
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Timket is Ethiopian language for Epiphany. The holiday commemorating Christ’s baptism in the River Jordan is of special significance in Ethiopia. It is the most important and colorful event of the year. Timket is celebrated in Ethiopia on January 19 beginning on the Eve of Timket with colourful processions and ceremonies ending on the January 20.
Although the festival is largely religious, it has no lack of secular elements such as partying and…Continue
Added by Solomon Admasu Endalamaw on August 18, 2011 at 2:25pm — No Comments
St.Mary of Zion
An even greater mystery surrounds the ancient city of Axum. In the compound of St. Mary of Zion, the holiest place of the nation, a strange looking, fenced off and heavily guarded “treasury” said to contain the true Arc of the Covenant.
DEBRE DAMO MONASTERY
Built in the 6th century, Debre Damo is the oldest monastery in Ethiopia while its stone church is said to be the oldest still standing. The monastery is off limit to females. Once you are on…Continue
Added by Solomon Admasu Endalamaw on August 18, 2011 at 2:10pm — No Comments
The following tourist attractions are the major cultural attractions of Ethiopia:
The peoples of Omo Valley
The Omo River Valley is still a virgin environment, where tribal traditions have remained unchanged. The women still dress in elaborately decorated skins and the men celebrate adulthood with special coloured hair buns. It is one of the few places you can go in Africa (or in the world, actually) and see people dressed in tribal attire—and they are not just dressing…Continue
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When to Visit Ethiopia
This can depend on where you are going. In most of the country, the main rainy season runs from June to the beginning of September, with short rains in March. In the Omo and Mago parks however, in Southern Ethiopia, the seasons are different with the main rains from March to June and shorter rains in November.
A valid passport is required for travel to Ethiopia containing at least two blank pages per country and a validity of…Continue
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