Ethiopia, April-May 2012:
Mekele-to-Lalibela-to-Debark trek (page 6 of 17)

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Children in Samara (WP #8)

Woman and child in Samara

Keeping children under control in Samara:

Here Mulat entertains them with stories.

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Values taught in all schools across Ethiopia

Police station in Samara

″Tea house″ in a village between
WP #8 and #9

Women between WP #8 and #9

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Women between WP #8 and #9

Between WP #8 and #9

Rest stop under an acacia

Group photo at WP #9

View from WP #9

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Sekota (WP #10):

Its mosque (center) and its main church (right).

Typical street of Sekota:

Sekota and Lalibela are the largest towns we traversed during the entire trek.

Big fig tree in Sekota

A surprisingly modern cafe in Sekota

In a traditional tej (honey wine) house in Sekota

″In circular vases with long necks, they had drunk a kind of unctuous mead, harmless in appearance, but that pleasantly blurred one′s thoughts.″ (from L′Abyssin, a novel by Jean-Christophe Rufin)


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