È Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide ✓ Philip Briggs, Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide, Philip Briggs, Ethiopia Bradt Travel Guide While the world taps its feet Ethiopia breakdances with its shoulders This is an uplifting inspirational country which confounds expectations It s no featureless desert but a land of majestic landscapes surrounding a vast fertile plateau The rock hewn churches in its medieval capital Lalibela are regarded by many as the eighth wonder of the world Its people are we È Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide ✓ Philip Briggs - Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide, Ethiopia Bradt Travel Guide While the world taps its feet Ethiopia breakdances with its shoulders This is an uplifting inspirational country which confounds expectations It s no featureless desert but a land of majestic landsc

  • Title: Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide
  • Author: Philip Briggs
  • ISBN: 9781841622842
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback

È Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide ✓ Philip Briggs È Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide ✓ Philip Briggs - Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide, Ethiopia Bradt Travel Guide While the world taps its feet Ethiopia breakdances with its shoulders This is an uplifting inspirational country which confounds expectations It s no featureless desert but a land of majestic landsc

  • È Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide ✓ Philip Briggs
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Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide

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  1. Philip Briggs

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820 thoughts on “Ethiopia: Bradt Travel Guide”

  1. I know, I know, putting a travel guide on is just bizarre, but the first few chapters of this gem on Ethiopian customs, Ethiopian food and history, how to be a respectful traveler, the shock of visiting developing nations are the best I ve seen in a travel guide.


  2. A highly thorough read about everything Ethiopia It is getting us very excited about our travel there sometime this spring or summer I like that the author spent 5 months there going to every region, every hotel, every camp site, taking every form of transportation I like that he grew up in South Africa and has written guides for Zimbabwe, Rwanda, and a few other African countries, and is able to draw from his experiences as a well African traveled person I appreciated his reflections on how to [...]


  3. I primarily read novels so it seems odd to be rating a travel guide, but this was fabulous I have a WIP set in Ethiopia for half of the book and research online could get a little overwhelming Enter a travel guide, which has been utterly invaluable, covering not only customs, languages, wildlife, and locations, but details about hotels, costs, etc My copy is covered in mini Post It notes and I ve referred back to it many times during revisions I will definitely be keeping in mind Bradt guides fo [...]


  4. More than a tourist guide book, about half of this book is devoted to background information about Ethiopia geography, history, climate, government and politics, economy, culture, language, religion There is a mini guide book on natural history followed by another 500 pages of traditional travel guide book complete with maps and color pictures and journal excerpts from historic travel writers Not your usual pocket guide Makes me want to return to see where I lived and worked for two tumultuous y [...]


  5. Ethiopia is a huge and lovely place that can be confusing to a first time visitor This books provides valuable background to approaching the language, history and day to day culture from a Euro American perspective.




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