Food and Drinks

The Ethiopian food is a spicy mix of vegetable and lentil stews and slow simmered meats. This country in East Africa has been called the "Land of Bread and Honey."

Dietary restrictions in religions have given rise to a wide variety of both meat and vegetarian dishes. While most Ethiopian cuisine is indigenous, certain ingredients such as red chilies, ginger, and...

Combination Ethiopia

Dorz People

Chencha is a mountainous village of the Dorze people. The Dorze people are well-known by their cotton weavers and whose tall beehive-shaped or like Elephant doweling are among the most distinctive traditional structures can not to be seen anywhere in Africa. The unique Dorze houses, that make Chencha worth for diversion and the remarkable extended domes measure up to 6-8meters...

South Ethiopia

Karo and Hamar

The Karo (or Kara), with a population of about 1000 - 1500 live on the east banks of the Omo River in southern Nation and Nationalities regional State, Ethiopia. Their neighbors are the Hamar, Bana, Bashada, the famous Mursi and Nyangatom (on the other side of Omo River). They speak a south Omotic language.

The Karo grow sorghum,...

South Ethiopia

Surma Mursi and Menit

Surma is the collective name for the Suri, the Mursiand the Me'en (MENIT); All three groups speak the almost the same languages of the southeast branch of the Surmic language cluster of Nilo-Sahara.  However, the terms gSurih are used for "Surma" people only.

They have a macho culture, with an obsession for stick fighting called dongabringing great...

North Ethiopia

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