Gilles shares some extraordinary photos of people from the Omo Valley.
Gilles shares photos of some of the ancient monasteries in Lake Tana, who are decorated with elaborate and interesting religious art.
Bob Cranwell recounts a visit to Awash National Park in Ethiopia.
A long-missing cultural treasure is returned to Ethiopia by an Ethiopian refugee in Rotterdam who held on to it for twenty years.
Gilles visits the unique and ancient stelae of Aksum in northern Ethiopia.
Gilles visits the magnificent rock-hewn churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia during a period of pilgrimage, and shares the story behind them.
Hard back-breaking work in the hottest place on earth. Grand Escapades shares some images of salt mining in Ethiopia's the Danakil Depression.
Bob Cranwell shares an adventure into the Ethiopian highlands -- his was the first group of tourists to arrive after the rainy season and they found nothing was stocked or ready for them. What to do? Let Bob explain.
Grand Escapades provides today's Pic of the Day of Lake Asal, a salt lake in Ethiopia's Danakil Depression.
Grand Escapades shares memorable images of camel caravans carrying huge loads of salt on their way to market, much as they have for centuries.
Grand Escapes shares a most remarkable landscape, unlike any other today. We visit the salt lake and mines in The Danikil Depression.
There are few experiences more exhilarating than staring at the primal forces of nature. Grand Escapes shares wonderful photos and memories of visiting the lava lake of Erta Ale In the Danakil Depression
As a finance major and the retirement representative for my group, I have a more than passing interest in money. I am not talking about “money” for the sake of riches, but money as a reflection of society. Specifically, I always find it...
Legend says that King Lalibela returned from Jerusalem with the order to build a second Jerusalem. And so he did! Churches, as high as three-story-buildings, were hewn deep into the reddish colored rock, connected by short tunnels....
In the center of Addis Ababa is the Ethiopian National Museum . It's supposed to be constructed as an Italian villa, although I am not so sure I see that. Although it has been around for decades (1930’s), it was in the...