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  1. $27.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : LONE15590

    Ethiopia Travel Guide.
    3rd edition. Lonely Planet Publications. 372 pages. 12 pages color. 32 maps. Awe-inspiring, beautiful and sometimes heartbreaking, Ethiopia and Eritrea are not like anywhere you've been before. A realm of rock-hewn churches, buzzing bazaars and untouched wilderness, the Horn of Africa is truly unique. See the mist rising off the mountains, hear the gurgle of children's laughter in the narrow streets of Harar, or catch a glimpse of a wolf prowling under the thorn trees. $_$_START_LIST ? THE BEST COVERAGE- the only guidebook to comprehensively cover Ethiopia and Eritrea and explain how to cross between them via Djibouti ? READ UP- all the details you need to travel the Historical Circuit, including ancient cities in northern Ethiopia ? BRING OUT THE ADVENTURER- climb a rope, use toeholds or walk a ledge to reach churches and hill-top monasteries ? EAT AND DRINK- know your injera from your kitfo, and why the third cup of coffee is the most important ? TRAVEL SAFELY- we keep you worded up on the scams, health issues and no-go areas $_$_END_LIST
  2. $27.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BRAD15591

    Ethiopia Travel Guide.
    5th Edition. Bradt Publications. 624 pages. While the world taps its feet, Ethiopia breakdances with its shoulders - and Bradt's Ethiopia is the most thorough guide available to this vibrant land of majestic landscapes, rich history and welcoming people. Ever since its first publication, its blend of enthusiasm and down-to-earth advice has attracted rave reviews from both the travel press and readers. ? The most thorough travel guide to Ethiopia on the market ? Highly praised by travel press and readers ? An ideal guide for first-time visitors, including plenty of tips on bridging the cultural gap ? Covers Ethiopia's wildlife sanctuaries and heritage hotspots