Driving from Bahir Dar to Addis, Ethiopia, December 4-5, 2015

Bahir Dar is on Lake Tana and it's often referred to as the Ethiopian Riviera.  There were some beautiful and interesting plants in our camp site such as a banana tree in bloom, amaryllis and a funny tree with huge seed pods-


Most people in Ethiopia do not own a vehicle.  Tuk tuks are cheap and everywhere-


We crossed the White Nile-


 and it's valley-


going from 1061 meters to 2500 meters.  It took about 4 hours because of the rough and steep road-

Driving through a village, all of a sudden the street was white.  I'm not sure what the celebration was about-


More flora along the way-


Typical Ethiopia-



Harvest time-


Ethiopians work really hard-



and they walk miles like this!

We're spending 2 full days in Addis Ababa and I'm looking forward to the sightseeing and my own hotel room!





















1060 meters to 2500 meters the white nile

Comments

  1. This country looks staggeringly beautiful, I want to visit and see for myself. Thanks Alli for keeping up the blog, I look forward to reading your comments and excellent photo's.

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