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FREE MOBI Û DOC Ethiopia Bradt Travel Guides B01A73MSZY ↠ PHILIP BRIGGS ñ [Epub] ❧ Ethiopia (Bradt Travel Guides) By Philip Briggs – Dcmdirect.co.uk Of all the African nations Ethiopia is most prone to misconceptions The 1985 famine and the cracked barren earth of the Danakil DepressOf all the African nations Ethiopia is most prone to misconceptions The 1985 famine and the cracked barren earth of the Danakil Depression are not images uickly forgotten But this fully updated guide refocuses the Very useful guide with loads of practical advice Our family used a tour agency recommended in the book and we were extremely pleased with the package the company was able to put together for us Other practical information was accurate and up to date

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Ethiopia Bradt Travel GuidesHe Bale Mountains National Park to the thundering Blue Nile Falls This book also leads you further off the beaten track so travellers can seeof this expansive and beautiful land believed to be the cradle of humanki I have travelled extensively over the years in Asia Latin America and Europe and have used many guidebooks For my first trip to Ethiopia this summer I bought my first Bradt guidebook authored by Philip Briggs Without any exaggeration this is the best travel guidebook I've ever used Not only does Mr Briggs bring a wealth of background and context to help readers understand the country and plan their trip eg with sections on wildlife history culture etc but the information provided on specific cities and sites both well known and off the beaten track is truly top notch His descriptions of hotels and restaurants were accurate and balanced and I found the guidebook provides all the relevant information for planning excursions and other activities I would strongly recommend Mr Briggs' guide to anyone planning a trip to Ethiopia and having also travelled with a copy of the latest Lonely Planet guide to the country I can vouch that Mr Briggs' book is by far the better of the two