Ethiopia: ‘Dine for Ethiopia’ Milestone to Ethiopia’s Tourism Industry – Exp …

ADDIS ABABA- Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s (PhD) greenery initiative, ‘Dine for Ethiopia’, would play a crucial role in attracting the construction of star-designated hotels, lodges and resorts across the three tourist attraction sites thereby advancing the economy, according to expert in the field.
Office of the Prime Minister announced that the Dine

First Boeing 737 Max flies in Europe after grounding order lifted

The first Boeing 737 Max to fly in Europe since the grounding order was removed has departed. Tui Fly Belgium flight TB1011 took off from Brussels airport shortly before 10am local time on a two hour 15 minute flight to Malaga. The latest version of the world’s biggest-selling aircraft was grounded worldwide after two fatal crashes that cost

Ethiopia: Positive Stride for Revamping Local Tourism

[Ethiopian Herald] Endegena Desalegn, Acting Communication Director with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MoCT) has elucidated the overall activities that have been put in to practice to stimulate the tourism sector. Of all the major economic sectors, tourism…

Sipping Panama’s $1000 Geisha Coffee Is Worth The Trip

As the third wave of coffee has become more mainstream, Panama has quietly staked its claim as a force to be reckoned with thanks to growing the renowned Geisha coffee bean, which can sell for over $1,000 per pound….

Ethiopian food: The 15 best dishes

Ethiopian food is distinctive and delicious, befitting a remarkable country with a cultural heritage that stands out from the rest of Africa….

Bake Off winner David Atherton: ‘I enjoy the buns innuendos!’

He won GBBO with a reputation for being calm, tidy and methodical. But the star baker says in reality he’s an extrovert hippy who hasn’t washed his hair in 15 years – and another contestant tested one of his bakesHe’s the quiet, controlled one who wowed the judges with precise technical bakes. At least, that’s the impression you probably have of the 2019 Great British Bake Off winner, David Atherton. Wrong. In person, he’s an adventurous extrovert with a hippy streak. “Most of my practices I did in my pants while eating pizza and watching RuPaul’s Drag Race. The person in the edit is not me,” he says. “At the end, it showed me singing to myself and dancing around, but actually I did that the whole way through. I am calm and methodical, but I’m not particularly reserved.”Atherton’s triumph – he didn’t win a showstopper while the hotly tipped finalist Steph Blackwell was star baker four times – is all the more remarkable because he was a reserve applicant (as was his co-finalist Alice Fevronia), drafted in to replace a dropout just two weeks before the show began. Yet the 36-year-old health adviser is such an experienced and confident cook…

Move over San Francisco – all eyes on Oakland

Oakland spent much of the 20th century lost in the shadow of its immediate neighbour San Francisco. But it is increasingly making a name for itself in the 21st – as Ella Buchan discovers. …

Ethiopia: Eco-Tourism – the Untapped Tourism Potential

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has huge eco-tourism potential. It is blessed with natural tourist sites such high towering chains of mountain peaks, swarm of hills, mountain roof-top plateaus, intermountain riverine valleys, plains, deep gorges, rifts, lakes, rivers and other attractions. The economic significance of these attractions is associated with geological and cultural landscape of particular area. Such sites can be classified as geo-tourism and geo-tourism can have diverse product lines depending on the specific featur…

Boeing 737 Max: Deliveries will resume by the end of the year, says company’s boss

Want to know more on Boeing 737 Max: Deliveries will resume by the end of the year, says company's boss click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from The Independent Travel News.Author: Simon CalderWant to know more on Boeing 737 Max: Deliveries will resume by the end of the year, says company's boss click here go to tour

Ethiopia: Taxiye Penetrating Into African Market, Promoting Tourism Amid Pandemic

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA - Ethiopian ride-hailing transport company El-Taxi Trading better known as Taxiye is almost penetrating into African market aiming at generating foreign currency and promoting tourism.Want to know more on Ethiopia: Taxiye Penetrating Into African Market, Promoting Tourism Amid Pandemic click here go to tour news source. Travel

List: There are now 101 countries SA nationals can travel to visa-free

We all know that the famous ‘Green Mamba‘ isn’t exactly the greatest passport in the world. But as South Africans, it’s the best many of us will ever get. The Henley & Partners travel index has been updated for 2020, with Mzansi having to settle for a mid-table finish. In total, 101 countries are accessible for SA nationals on a visa-free

Ethiopia: Utilize All Available Means to Taste Fruits of Tourism

[Ethiopian Herald] There is always a misconception that natural resource abundance is source of wealth and progress. However, it has time and again been proven as wrong concept. Despite the fact that most African countries are rich in natural resources and tourist attraction sites, absence of peace and trained human resource, among other relating factors,

Ethiopia: Ethiopia Suspends Plan to Privatise National Carrier

[New Times] The Government of Ethiopia has suspended plans to partially privatise Ethiopian Airlines, the country's flag carrier, officials have announced.Want to know more on Ethiopia: Ethiopia Suspends Plan to Privatise National Carrier click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author: [New
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