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joe royal 3:40 Sun Nov 26
Ethiopia , anyone been?
Stab in the dark I know but I never have any work in January so usually bugger off for 2/3 weeks.

Fancy doing something a bit different rather than sit on a beach somewhere and I like the look of the churches that are carved into the rocks .

Didn't seem to expensive either for hotels , travel food etc .

Open to other ideas but not Thailand .

Budget is about 2k including flights.

SPLATT .

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fivestar 11:44 Mon Nov 27
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Fuck off Dimberry Hammer the joke has already been done you fucking mong

Danbury Hammer 11:18 Mon Nov 27
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Just have a 2 week holiday in East Ham high street

On The Ball 11:16 Mon Nov 27
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Have a read of the article that Coffee put up - that sums it up.

From memory, I really liked it all. I forgot that we went to Axum too, but there wasn't much there other than the obelisks. Gondar is interesting - the castles really shouldn't be there. Bahir Dar is more relaxed although there's less to see when compared to Lalibela/Gondar. Harar is really, really interesting - incredibly Muslim in a very Christian country, and every bugger there is sitting about getting high on qat. Liked Addis too.

It's hard work - the bus rides are long, the people are a hassle, they use a weird clock that drives you barmy, it's dusty and dirty - but it's well worth it.

Oh, and they think it's 2010.

Justin P 10:31 Mon Nov 27
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I went there on a weight-loss program 2014

joe royal 12:16 Mon Nov 27
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OTB
In 3,weeks what's the must see and do ( apart from laballia)

On The Ball 11:47 Sun Nov 26
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As Coffee said, I've been - went to Addis, Lalibela, Bahir Dar, Gondar, and Harar. Absolutely loved it - it's one of the most beautiful and interesting places I've ever been to. The countryside is spectacular - definitely travel by bus because it'd be criminal to miss the landscapes. Greenest place I've ever seen, too. The food is brilliant.

The people were a bit of a disappointment. I worked with an Ethiopian girl before I went and had high expectations, but they were pretty annoying - the begging was something else. We even had a chap in a suit come up to us with his hand out in Addis. Later in our trip a Kenyan said it was because they'd never been colonised.

I'd highly recommend it!

arsene york-hunt 11:19 Sun Nov 26
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Lots of people have been to Ethiopia.

Gavros 11:10 Sun Nov 26
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Ethiopia has a fascinating history.

Well worth a visit.

Problem Child 11:09 Sun Nov 26
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Yep, been to Addis. Loved it. The countryside must be amazing, next time I’m going out of the city.

Cheezey Bell-End 11:09 Sun Nov 26
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Years ago I found a Lonely Planet guide to Ethiopia in the street and it looks really interesting. I never made it there, but could still be tempted.

I think some people are put off by memories of the war and famine from the 1980s, but that is long over.

bruuuno 10:54 Sun Nov 26
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No sane man would go to fucking Ethiopia on holiday, ffs

Unless it's some kind of sex holiday

Gavros 7:16 Sun Nov 26
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Fact of the day: one of the more popular Ethipian dishes is called Derek Tibbs.

Percy Dalton 7:09 Sun Nov 26
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Why go all that way.
Go to East Ham you'll meet every nation you can think of there.

Darby_ 6:32 Sun Nov 26
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If you don’t go to Ethiopia, Oman is probably my favourite place in the world. The friendliest people you’ll ever meet and majestic desert mountains that look like something out of the Old Testament.

Far East Hammer 6:28 Sun Nov 26
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Most people I know who have been loved it.

Food's great too.

StratfordStan 6:13 Sun Nov 26
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I love travelling and love South East Asia. Never been too worried about visiting Africa but had to go to Ethiopia for a week on work. I left gutted I couldn't stay longer. Definitely a place I want to go back to. Easy flight via Dubai.

joe royal 6:03 Sun Nov 26
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You do have a beautiful house.

amsterdhammer 6:02 Sun Nov 26
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I think Bob Geldof went a few times Joe. HTH

Hammer and Pickle 5:32 Sun Nov 26
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Are you trying to imply that this is not my beautiful wife, joe?

joe royal 4:54 Sun Nov 26
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Nurse Ratched 4:28 Sun Nov 26
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Drink weird and wonderful cocktails and try different food mostly.

Few temples and stuff to see .

I've just realised I've never seen H&P and David Byrne in a room at the same time.

Hammer and Pickle 4:34 Sun Nov 26
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People spoken to who have been say it's an amazing, extraordinary experience.

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