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Monday, 14 November 2011

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Gastronomer

The food! The glorious food! I think this may be my fave country that you guys have visited so far.

R

Happened to stumble across your blog and so glad I did! I spent a few weeks in Ethiopia earlier this year and your photos brought me right back. I miss the ful and injera and Ethiopian food here in the states just doesn't compare. The people are pretty awesome too :)

Thanks for sharing!

Boots in the Oven

Thank you! It's a pretty wonderful, though difficult, place to travel. I'm glad we went, but don't know that we'll be rushing back...

Boots in the Oven

Ethiopia is a hard place to describe, isn't it? I thought I might get tired of the food while we were there, and it never happened - in fact, I'm still craving it weeks after we left!

Albany Jane

Holy Moly! Not only am I jealous for the awesome nibbles you guys had, but how awesome is the totally-local-tour? I can't even get into a slightly sketchy looking abode near my own place. Ethiopia it is!

Boots in the Oven

Logan had a lot of fun hanging out with Addis and Yohannis! And the food was AMAZING. I especially liked fasting days - so many delicious vegetables!

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