These are members of the Nyangatom (Yangatom)/Bumi (Bume) tribe, who live in the far south of Ethiopia, very close to the South Sudan border, where I visited with them (they also live in South Sudan). Read more
I had such a great day visiting the Karo tribe.
First of all, my local guide/translator, Hadish, was hot and funny.
With my schoolgirl crush at my side, I reached Koricho, a Karo settlement a few hours drive from Turmi, Ethiopia.
I spent the afternoon wandering around this tiny village called Alga (which is near a tiny market town called Jinka), where I stayed a couple of nights. Read more
One of the tougher trips I made was to visit the Desanech (Dassanech) tribe who live in the extreme southwest of Ethiopia, about 20-25 km from the Kenyan border. Read more
After visiting the truly astonishing and remarkable churches of Lalibela, I spent the afternoon exploring the village (town?) of Lalibela. It was exactly the kind of day that will keep me forever addicted to traveling. Read more