In Ethiopia, a Search for the Lost Ark

In Ethiopia, a Search for the Lost Ark

🕔06:23, 30.Mar 2017

Does the famous Ark of the Covenant actually reside in Africa? By Bill Wiatrak 3/29/2017 SOME OF MY FRIENDS CHIDE ME ABOUT MY WORLD TRAVELS and jokingly refer to me as Indiana Jones. Maybe it’s the hat I wear when I’m traveling,

Read Full Article
Go to Ethiopia for Ancient History, Jazz, and a Capital City on the Rise

Go to Ethiopia for Ancient History, Jazz, and a Capital City on the Rise

🕔07:33, 29.Mar 2017

by Alex Postman March 28, 2017 Head from the cradle of civilization to the new cultural hot spots of Addis Ababa. As a history nerd and seeker who has read my fair share of Peter Matthiessen, I’ve found my peak

Read Full Article
American travel correspondent describes Empeor Menelik II of Ethiopia as George Washington

American travel correspondent describes Empeor Menelik II of Ethiopia as George Washington

🕔06:38, 26.Mar 2017

By Bill Wiatrak I KNOW ALL THE SCAMS. I see them coming a mile away and am often amused that people fall for them in their travels. There’s a million of them, but they’re all centered around separating a tourist

Read Full Article
Living History in Ethiopia

Living History in Ethiopia

🕔08:57, 28.Feb 2017

Don Mankin _ The Huffington Post Don Mankin, ContributorThe Adventure Geezer writes about adventure travel for boomers and seniors The chanting of the two boys sitting under the tree reminded me of my Bar Mitzvah class over 60 years ago.

Read Full Article
Soon, you will never lose your boarding pass because it will be your face

Soon, you will never lose your boarding pass because it will be your face

🕔14:48, 18.Feb 2017

WRITTEN BY Leslie Josephs Airports around the world are rolling out facial-recognition technology in an attempt to improve security and reduce the painful boarding process. Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport is testing facial recognition technology made by Portuguese firm Vision-Box,

Read Full Article
Highlights from the highlands of Ethiopia

Highlights from the highlands of Ethiopia

🕔07:14, 9.Feb 2017

by Rob McKenzie February 8, 2017 We’re in a guesthouse beside a cliff in the Tigray highlands of northern Ethiopia. After dinner, the farmer who lives in the spartan stone house next door drops by for a visit. He tells

Read Full Article
Where In Ethiopia : Addis Ababa Versus Axum

Where In Ethiopia : Addis Ababa Versus Axum

🕔05:13, 23.Jan 2017

Travelers Today       By    FG Dullin Anyone choosing Africa as the next continent to spend one’s vacation could choose to travel in Ethiopia for an exceptional off-beat experience. In this North African country, there are two popular

Read Full Article
5 Wicked Facts About Ethiopia

5 Wicked Facts About Ethiopia

🕔09:32, 17.Jan 2017

Jan 16, 2017 09:45 PM EST top 5 facts about Ethiopia, wicked facts about Ethiopia, Ethiopia a unique country LALIBELA, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 19: Ethiopian Orthodox clergy members stand outside Bete Giyorgis, also called St. George’s Church, at the Lalibela

Read Full Article
Slow Down to Speed Up: How to Experience a Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in DFW

Slow Down to Speed Up: How to Experience a Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in DFW

🕔05:42, 11.Jan 2017

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017 AT 4 A.M. BY TIM COX Coffee is a ritualistic beast. While they’re often subconscious, we all have our own coffee ceremonies — the places where we drink it, what we dress it with, the brands we are

Read Full Article
A Look Inside Ethiopia’s Falash Mura Community: Q&A with Filmmaker Lior Sperandeo

A Look Inside Ethiopia’s Falash Mura Community: Q&A with Filmmaker Lior Sperandeo

🕔23:12, 29.Jul 2016

Falash Mura is the name given to the community of Ethiopians who practice the Jewish faith and claim the right to live in Israel. Every year, the city of Gondar hosts what is billed as the largest Passover celebration in

Read Full Article
Ethiopian-Israeli Artist Creates Gorgeous Paintings to Celebrate Her Heritage

Ethiopian-Israeli Artist Creates Gorgeous Paintings to Celebrate Her Heritage

🕔01:24, 21.Jul 2016

Wide-eyed superwomen mesh with history in an eye-catchinge new exhibit by an emerging Israeli artist, currently on view in Harlem. Bold, lively, and abstract, “Mulu and the Beta Clan” by Hirut Yosef features a range of medium from collage to

Read Full Article
Video – 5 Shocking Sexual Traditions From Around The World

Video – 5 Shocking Sexual Traditions From Around The World

🕔11:10, 3.Mar 2016

5 Shocking Sexual Traditions From Around The World 5 Shocking Sexual Traditions From Around The World

Read Full Article
Amazing World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia

Amazing World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia

🕔21:07, 14.Feb 2016

By Don There are at least nine UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ethiopia that complement Africa’s ancient creations.  They include; Simien National Park Lower Valley of the Awash Lower Valley of the Omo Aksum Lalibela Tiya Fasil Ghebbi Harar Jugol, the

Read Full Article
10 Roads You Would Never Want to Drive On

10 Roads You Would Never Want to Drive On

🕔23:06, 5.Feb 2016

Top 10 Most Dangerous Roads and Highways from around the world you should never take your car on.

Read Full Article
Video -Strange Tradition! Swazi Virgins Dance – Documentary

Video -Strange Tradition! Swazi Virgins Dance – Documentary

🕔13:31, 3.Feb 2016

The Royal Reed Dance or better still know in the Zulu dialect as the Umkhosi woMhlanga is a popular festival ceremony for the Zulus in Swaziland, …    The Swaziland King Mswati III currently has 14/15 wives and 27 children.

Read Full Article
10 reasons to visit Ethiopia

10 reasons to visit Ethiopia

🕔11:57, 26.Jan 2016

  Ethiopia is connected to India with double daily flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Addis Ababa on Ethiopian Airlines 1. Connectivity Ethiopia is connected to India with double daily flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Addis Ababa on Ethiopian

Read Full Article
10 Things That Surprise Foreigners About Ethiopia

10 Things That Surprise Foreigners About Ethiopia

🕔11:41, 15.Dec 2015

Ethiopia is one of the most fascinating countries on the planet and has a vibe that isn’t replicated anywhere else in Africa. It was the only country in Africa never to be colonized and has a seriously developed culture because of

Read Full Article
Fasil Gebbi Portrait of Ancient Luxury

Fasil Gebbi Portrait of Ancient Luxury

🕔02:13, 6.Oct 2015

By Eden Sahle The stunning creation of the 17th century, Fasil-Gebbi (royal enclosure) is found in the historical town ofGondar covering 70,000 square meter area. The site was inscribed as UNESCO’s World Heritage site since 1979. Back in the time

Read Full Article
Ethiopia, the Unknown Land: A Cultural and Historical Guide

Ethiopia, the Unknown Land: A Cultural and Historical Guide

🕔12:27, 19.Aug 2015

Ethiopia, the Unknown Land: A Cultural and Historical Guide by Stuart Munro-Hay Book review by Stephen A. Haines (Ottawa, Ontario Canada) An explorer’s companion Although not a “tourist guide” this book is a handy reference for anyone with interest in

Read Full Article
As Obama Visits, Rights Groups Decry Treatment of Media in Ethiopia

As Obama Visits, Rights Groups Decry Treatment of Media in Ethiopia

🕔07:48, 26.Jul 2015

By Anita Powel VOA News   ADDIS ABABA—Journalist Reeyot Alemu said U.S. President Barack Obama is unlikely to see the real Ethiopia during a historic state visit to the East African powerhouse. Until earlier this month, the award-winning reporter said

Read Full Article

Archives

Archives