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eBook Lonely Planet Ethiopia & Eritrea (Country Travel Guide) epub
  • ISBN: 1741048141
  • Author: David Lukas,Jean-Bernard Carillet
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: Africa
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lonely Planet; 4 edition (December 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 396 pages
  • ePUB size: 1156 kb
  • FB2 size 1340 kb
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Ethiopia is like nowhere else on the planet, a beautiful country blessed with a peerless history, fabulous wildlife and some of. .Ready to go? Get to the heart of Ethiopia with one of Lonely Planet's in-depth, award-winning guidebooks.

Ethiopia is like nowhere else on the planet, a beautiful country blessed with a peerless history, fabulous wildlife and some of Africa's most soulful peoples. Debre Libanos Monastery and Nile Gorge from Addis Ababa. On this day trip away from the hecti. ay Trips & Excursions.

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Ethiopia . I cross checked the book and it is reliable & excellent. I am still using the book as a reference to my project that I am working on Ethiopia.

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Ethiopia, Djibouti & Somaliland is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to se.

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Items related to Lonely Planet Ethiopia & Eritrea (Country Travel. Jean-Bernard Carillet; Stuart Butler; David Lukas; Dean Starnes Lonely Planet Ethiopia & Eritrea (Country Travel Guide). ISBN 13: 9781741048148. Lonely Planet Ethiopia & Eritrea (Country Travel Guide). Explore Ethiopia and Eritrea with the people who know it best: Lonely Planet. Discover ancient churches and cities frozen in time, trek the dramatic landscape of the Simien and Bale Mountains, and go diving in the thriving reefs of the Dahlak Islands. Explore Asmara's astounding Italian Art Deco architecture and finish the day with the perfect macchiato.

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Author:Carillet, Jean-Bernard. Ethiopia and Eritrea (Lonely Planet Country Guides). Publisher:Lonely Planet Publications Ltd. Book Binding:Paperback.

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by Lonely Planet (Author), Jean-Bernard Carillet (Author), Anthony Ham (Author) . We have made a trip Addis - Lalibela - Bahir Dar - Gonder.

by Lonely Planet (Author), Jean-Bernard Carillet (Author), Anthony Ham (Author) & 0 more. General feedback: - A number of businesses listed in the book are now closed. It was missing in the guide in various places at the usual depth and security of the recommendation. Partly it was recognizable by false descriptions that the places were not visited, but were reproduced hearsay.

Jean-Bernard Carillet (Author), Frances Linzee Gordon (Author). A good guide as you expect from lonely planet, with the defects of all lonely planet guides (more news about hotels and restaurants than about art and history).

Read Any Books Awe-inspiring, beautiful and sometimes heartbreaking, Ethiopia and Eritrea .

Ethiopia & Eritrea (Lonely Planet Country Guide) by Jean-Bernard Carillet. 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. 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.

Ethiopia and Eritrea (Lonely Planet Travel Guides),Jean-Bernard Carillet, Franc. Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti (Lonely Planet Country Guides),Frances Linzee Go. by Carillet, Jean-Berna Paperback. List price Previous priceEUR 1. 0. EUR . 6.

Explore Ethiopia and Eritrea with the people who know it best: Lonely Planet. Discover ancient churches and cities frozen in time, trek the dramatic landscape of the Simien and Bale Mountains, and go diving in the thriving reefs of the Dahlak Islands. Explore Asmara's astounding Italian Art Deco architecture and finish the day with the perfect macchiato.Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.In This Guide:Tailored trips to get you up close with history and natureTake a hike or dance the day away with our festivals and activities chapterGreen Index to make your travels ecofriendly
Comments: (7)
GWEZJ
I bought this as a Peace Corps Volunteer before going to Ethiopia in 2012. It was cool to look at the places nearby that I could visit, and it did find some use when my Dad came to visit me and we were looking for good hotels in Arba Minch. But to be honest, my best resource for travel and hotel recommendations was my fellow Peace Corps Volunteers who lived in the area.

If you're a PCV about to leave for Ethiopia, I would suggest investing in the phrase book and leaving this book at home.

But if you're a tourist heading to Ethiopia and don't know anyone who already lives there, I would definitely pick up this book. It all depends on what you're using it for.
Unereel
This book was disappointing. Very very few pictures, outdated visa requirements about yellow fever vaccinations (which I've read elsewhere have never been a requirement), not much basic travel information (like country weather, dress, currency) which is usually covered well in Lonely Planet books, like LP China, for example. The writers are clearly European, but their strong style leaves me wondering what nuances I may not be picking up on as an American. These omissions make me less confident about the other facts and recommendations given in the book. None of the writers are female, which also makes me wonder if the places they felt safe would be comfortable to a female traveler. All in all, this book was not as thorough and well researched as other Lonely Planet books I have read and used.
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A wealth of information for my upcoming trip to Ethiopia. However, the font/type is so small that it is impossible to read without a magnifying glass. I always buy Lonely Planet guide books for everywhere I travel, and none of them have this problem. Perhaps the problem arose because they tried to put information about two countries into one book.
Tansino
Great guidebook. I really like that it includes Djibouti and Somaliland.
Shakagul
As advertised
Fhois
I love Lonely Planets, I could not travel without them
Shadowbourne
Lonely planet always makes the mark!!
Still doing the travel planning. the overviews, history, and maps are all helpful, but it sure would be useful to have some photographs. We were big fans of Rick Steve's travel book for Spain, and hoped for something similar. Jury is still out on this one, but will try to remember to revise/update review AFTER the trip.

Ethiopia, 5th (Bradt Travel Guide Ethiopia) came highly recommended...but only heard of it after already having purchased Lonely Planet.
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