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Travel: Ethiopia’s come a long way

Remarkable landscapes, a wealth of wildlife viewing opportunities and fascinating historical sites are drawing foreign visitors to Ethiopia

Once ravaged by famine and poverty, Ethiopia has come a long way in the last 30 years.

Upmarket tour operators Kuoni and Scott Dunn have both tipped the destination as a place to visit in 2015, while an African safari contact recently told me: “Everyone in the industry seems to be heading to Ethiopia for their holidays.”

One woman who clearly recognised the East African country’s potential some time ago, is 64-year-old Susan Aitchison, a Scottish woman who arrived in 2007 to teach at a local school, and was so struck by Ethiopia’s beauty, she decided to open a restaurant.

Source: www.newsletter.co.uk

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