Ethiopia Travel, Backpacking & Gap Year Guide Ethiopia is a really up and coming travel destination with friendly people, spectacular landscapes and lots of amazing places to see. Not many places compare to Ethiopia - expect bustling cities, stunning nature, lakes, mountains and tasty cuisine. View our comprehensive travel and backpacking guide with tips, ideas for the best things to see and do and information about itineraries, costs, how to save money, and more
Adís Abeba, Addis Ababa map Place in Addis Ababa, Adis Abeba (Ethiopia). Adís Abeba,1 también escrito como Addis Abeba o Addis Abbaba (del amárico ??? ???, Ädis? Äbäba, «Flor Nueva») es la capital y ciudad más poblada de Etiopía con una población ...
Addis Ababa – Adama Toll Motorway Project TIKS Construction is an Ethiopian construction company built on extensive field experience, outstanding craftsmanship, skilled and dedicated employees, and superior customer service. The Company has always embraced changes within the industry and thrived on innovation, continuous improvement and best practice in the construction sector and it has developed into a dynamic and forward thinking Company. TIKS CONSTRUCTION is currently registered as Grade One Building Contractor, Grade One Water Works contractor and Grade-Five electromechanical contractor.
Ethiopia and blackout of the on-board power supply - Touareg Cape-to-cape For entering Ethiopia, it took some more documents, although our visas were already inside our passports. However, we had to visit three offices at the border village to get our permission to enter Ethiopia. It took a little longer, but altogether it fitted with the time we had planned for this border crossing. Entry completed, the CapetoCape Touareg goes on Southbound. After packing and unpacking our personal belongings, car, kitchen and cosmetic equipment for several times, we noticed that there is not much left of what we´ve called packing discipline. Many things found there way out of the Touareg, lots of new stuff was put inside - wherever there is an ever so small gap, as long as the door closes, there is some space. Crossing Ethiopia is pleasant. We have beautiful landscapes, fertile plateaus and many small villages. We have to be careful though, as life happens next to the street and quite often also on the streets. Every animal would make a quick getaway it it saw a VW Touareg of 3,5 tons coming. In Ethiopia, they seem to have different rules. Slalom-driving, honking here and there - no one knows if they are left-hand or right-hand driving. But why should they? We´ve got a roadway of 6 meters, which makes at least 4 lanes here. In all this excitement we don´t notice that our tablet for Navigation does not show anything, and also the spare tablet does not work. We seem to have a problem with the power supply on board and look for the reason. For navigation, we use a smartphone and a paper version of our route right now. It is clear that we need our comfort version back, when only one of us awake for driving, as anything which is not driving falls asleep after four days - even if its the feet…. Addis Ababa is in sight, at least for motivation - we won´t be there til midnight. Cape to Cape