such beautiful photos.
Wow. What an amazing place/way to spend Christmas.You're a very lucky woman indeed.
Looks like a fab trip - it's on my bucket list! Great photos too x
Beautiful! Happy New Year to you! x
Thanks for the comments. It was a fantastic trip and easy to take good photos!Ali-you going in Feb... heard a couple of people heading then from Ug? x
These are amazing photos! Thanks for sharing!
Gorgeous. I've always wanted to visit. Would love to hear more about what you did, where you stayed, tips, etc..
Thanks for visiting Mrs. Limestone! I am trying to put a couple more posts together on Ethiopia-hard knowing where to start really. Come back!
Mud - how can you be jealous-daily adventures on your end! Like-the scandihooligan...or scandicandy!
RobRoy,Cracking Christmas snaps there. Nothing says Christmas better than the hot sun of Ethiopia and you in Santa's hat.Your map of the world must now have many many pins.
A Rob-a comment-from you. big ove x
These photos are beautiful! It looks like you are having an amazing adventure. The architecture there looks incredible. Stopping by from Sweetness on Sunday :)
Hi Robyn, What great photos and great experience this must have been for you! Looks like you had a very Merry Christmas :) That photo of the lanterns in the trees really caught my attention. Do they really light up? That must look so pretty at night. I'm visiting you from iBlog4Me's Sweetness on Sunday hop. I'm your newest follower. I look forward to coming back and reading more about your African Adventures.Tara from http://littlenotebookblog.blogspot.com
a much more beautiful christmas than mine (but i did have a wonderful christmas). i loved seeing these photos! xo. leavin you some sunday sweetness. bail
Thank you for my Sunday sweetness.Little Notebook-yes, the lanterns were used. They looked pretty special by Lake Tana. Thanks for following my blog!
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