evening in lalibela

Friday, October 26:  After leaving the Lalibela churches, we head back to the room, where I take a little nap.  Then we go up to the terrace for a bottle of Ethiopian wine: Gouder, produced in Addis Ababa.  There we run into some colleagues of Ed’s from the embassy and chat with them a bit.  We sit and enjoy the sunset and the wine over the beautiful valley of Lalibela.   Dinner follows at the Mountain View Hotel, probably one of the few places to eat in town.  It’s typical tourist hotel food, and not at all memorable.  I don’t even bother to take a picture!

Below are pictures of the town and landscape right outside the Lalibela churches.

leaving the Lalibela churches

some crazy hordes of cacti 🙂

And on the terrace of the Mountain View Hotel.

Ethiopian red wine – Gouder

the view of the Lalibela valley from our hotel as the sun is setting

a view in a different light

me relaxed and topping off the day 🙂

and a little different light

me at the top of lalibela land

sunset…

 

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Categories: Africa, Ethiopia, Lalibela, Mountain View Hotel Lalibela | 5 Comments

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5 thoughts on “evening in lalibela

  1. Another day of adventure, another lovely view, another wine with a friend – priceless!

  2. Pingback: Lalibela, Ethiopia « a nomad in the land of nizwa

  3. Beautiful views and stunning sunset, Cathy. A good wine with a friend is always so enjoyable. 🙂

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