Wonderful seafood, a waterside region, an uncommon construction, a fantastic vibe … many ingredients can make a seafood cafe or restaurant. Oyster shacks, smokeries, sparkling crab stalls, and conventional fish and chip restaurants may want to all be among your favorites. Michelin stars aren’t an important constituent … but let’s not rule them out both!
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The great suggestions will seem on the Guardian Travel website and might also seem in print in Guardian Travel. The winner, chosen by using Tom Hall of Lonely Planet, will receive a £two hundred resort voucher from the UK.Accommodations.Com.In November 2010, my husband and I traveled around Ethiopia for three weeks by public bus with a private guide. Travel (especially bus travel) is a real adventure and not for the faint-hearted as there are long travel days (even longer if the bus breaks down) on poorly maintained roads. But it is an excellent way to get up close and personal and experience the life and culture of the locals.
We arrived at the airport at 3.30 am. We had not booked any accommodation due to our early arrival, so we stayed at the airport till about 7 am. A taxi agreed to take us into the city for USD 10. We went to the Ras Hotel where we had to wait till 9 am to see if they had a room.
Travel Tip: We stayed at the Ras Hotel 3 times due to its central location. The price includes breakfast, which is awful but lunch and dinner are good.
We stayed at the Ghion Hotel on Lake Tana and did a boat cruise to the islands to see the painted churches. The Blue Nile Falls area is pretty but not worth the long bumpy ride to get there. Since damming the river, the waterfalls are certainly nothing like the posters show.
Travel Tip: Check if a guide is included with your Lake Tana boat cruise. There were 9 of us on our boat. No guide accompanied us on the boat except for our private guide Samson. On the first island we visited, Samson acted as interpreter. Otherwise, we would not have understood what we were looking at. On the second island we visited, the church guide spoke English.
The abandoned castles are fascinating, and it is worth hiring the guides inside the gate.
Travel Tip: We stayed at the Belgez Pension, which was cheap, clean, and quiet, but the rooms were tiny and cramped. They do your washing for a minimal fee – give it to the cleaners in the morning.