Located about 20 kilometers southeast of Harar, Korome is home of the Argoba, who have lived here since the 12th century. Enjoy this visual introduction to this remarkable place and her beautiful people.
Playing soccer and patty cake with the delightful boys and girls at Amana Kids Orphanage in Harar, Ethiopia…
Founded in 2008 by my dear friend Mohammed Hassen, Nice World Taekwondo (in Harar, Ethiopia) is a shining example of … More
With my new friend Mitiku Tesfaye, who graciously gave me some Ethiopian music lessons in the lobby of the Jupiter … More
I hope you enjoy this half as much as I did!
While today it is a nation of relative peace and tolerance, Ethiopia was, only a few decades ago, ravaged by … More
Did you know that “Ethiopian time” is offset six hours from “international time”? The Ethiopian clock is a natural consequence … More
Minibuses, as you see below, are the primary means of transportation between the cities and towns of Ethiopia. And my … More
The ancient walled city of Harar, a UNESCO world heritage site, is a bustling centuries-old cultural and trading crossroads… extremely … More
Take the short flight from Addis, check into the Asheten Hotel for only 200 Birr (~$8) per night, get some … More
Welcome to the tranquil, welcoming resort town of Bahir Dar! Take a bajaj ride, play some pool. 3 Birr per … More
Surrounded by the countries of Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya, Sudan, and South Sudan on the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is … More