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Do you think that all Ethiopians are beggars?Zeleka is a gentle thoughtful boy still at preparatory school at the age of eighteen who has a uniue approach to gaining the attention of travellers to his city he There seems a sadness here which is as much the writer as the place I enjoyed it though Great fast read with some highlights A Scottish restaurant

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North to Lalibela Searching for Ethiopia Travels with Edgar Book 1Asks for their help with his homeworkNorth to Lalibela tells the story of a trip along Ethiopias Northern Circuit into an ancient civilisation its culture architecture art anthropology and uirks of history lan I wouldn't recommend this book I've read a dozen or two pages and put it awayIt is poorly written and the practical informations it contains could easily be found on travel forums and they would be up to date tooIt's also very amateurish in terms of page design and editing sorry for my English there are probably fitting words for thatThe only use I can think of it is that you can study how an ordinary British person with very basic knowledge of the country and its culture experiences the countryRather go for travel forums travel guides or a wonderfully written collection of essays named In Ethiopia by Bernd Bierbaum

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read kindle Ï North to Lalibela Searching for Ethiopia À dcmdirect ò [Download] ➽ North to Lalibela: Searching for Ethiopia (Travels with Edgar Book 1) Author Duncan Lanser – Dcmdirect.co.uk Do you think that all Ethiopians are beggars?Zeleka is a gentle thoughtful boy still at preparatorGuage and religion It is a journey of physical adventure and cultural awakening a memoir of the beauty and challenge of travel in the cradle of civilisation A compelling read that never ceases to charmPETRA GE This debut book by Duncan Lanser is something of a gem His narrative prose and style is very lean and fast moving He avoids the trap that many debut authors fall into namely to write long paragraphs or pages of unnecessary exposition that can sometimes bog a narrative down Instead just like the journey he takes with his friend he picks his moments Some days will be about the often challenging and exhausting logistics of getting from one place to the next other times there will be breath and pause moments where either he picks up on the observations and nuances of a village or the locals When it comes reaching or trekking in some awe inspiring places he spends a little time setting the scene and conveyaning a real sense of wonder or achievement What I also liked about it is that now and then he will give some little historical snippets about a place or village without losing the fluidity of the travel narrative About half way through I wanted to know a little bit about his travel companion and the dynamic between the two although that came into the fold a little later on in the book I particularly liked the closing few paragraphs of the book At around 99 pages or thereabouts it is an easy and really enjoyable read