Saturday June 6th Nagash Lodge – In and around Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with Adera Foundation

Staying in the countryside of Ethiopia for our first night was a wonderful introduction to the nature found in this rugged, yet beautiful part of the world. The area where we stayed our first night, is home to some very playful and loud monkeys and Gurezas (also known as the Abyssinian black-white colobus monkey). Being awakened by these cute little creatures, and by the sounds of some rather large prehistoric looking ravens indigenous to this area was a great way to start off our day.

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1 Comment
  • David Hain
    Posted at 09:17h, 24 June Reply

    Nice post, even though I don’t like monkeys.

    From: coastal traveler <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: coastal traveler <comment+pi5f7wk57rbjqkvan7ir015@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 7:18 AM To: David Hain <david.hain@birchman.org> Subject: [New post] Saturday June 6th Nagash Lodge – In and around Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with Adera Foundation

    Ronnie Mosley posted: “Staying in the countryside of Ethiopia for our first night was a wonderful introduction to the nature found in this rugged, yet beautiful part of the world. The area where we stayed our first night, is home to some very playful and loud monkeys and Gureza”

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