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Thommen Jose's Wanderink

About travel - little seen and heard places and peoples.
Interviews with locals and path-breaking travellers, essays
on travel concepts and thoughts.

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All quiet in Kaffa country

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All Quiet In Kaffa Country
“I am Nabira,” she said gesturing towards me to take a seat. Adjusting the flowy chiffon drape of her habesha kemis she sat down at the center of the ceremonial table. “I am your hostess for Bona Tetu, welcome.” Curt courtesies. One usually has to be invited to this highly personal Ethiopian tradition meaning ‘drink A lot happened over coffee.
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