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Facts you should consider while traveling to Ethiopia

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Ethiopians are proud of their culture and civilization. They do not expect or warrant condescending behaviour. For the most part, they are sociable toward gusts. In the |towns, you will oftentimes find young men – or rather, they will find you – who will propose to lead you about. Unemployment is high, and they will possibly be out of work and hoping for a tip and an opportunity to learn something concerning your part of the world.

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Basic facts about the weather of Ethiopia

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Much of Ethiopian is uneven highlands: Addis Ababa, the capita stands at an altitude of about seven thousand nine hundred feet| seven thousand and nine hundred feet. Consequently temperatures are pleasanteven cool – in fact not tropical.

Highest daytime temperatures infrequently rise above seventy one degree fahrenheit and for much of the year on the infrequently rise above sixty one or sixty four degree fahrenheit. Nevertheles temperatures can change by fifteen degree celcious or more in as many minutes, and a difference of up to thirty degree celcious between day and night is possible. Temperature at night frequently drop to a chilly fifty degree Fahrenheit or less. Most places are also swept by winds that can be strong and dust-laden in dry areas.

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Clothing cautions while traveling to Ethiopia

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Lots of tourists are surprised at how cool it can be in the Ethiopian highlands. Get prepared for unexpected mountain storms and cold weather. During the day in the dry season, lightweight clothing is right neverthelessit is desirable to carry a lightweight sweater. A jacket or sweater is very important for evenings. For cold days in the ‘winter’ rainy season (from June to September), light woolen clothing is comfortable.

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