Exploring the Ethiopian highlands, with its own script its own church (Ethiopian Orthodox, the oldest national Christian church in the world), a unique landscape (vast crowds of sheer-sided, flat-topped mountains) and its own calendar, is unlike anywhere else. A ticket to Ethiopia pretty well guarantees adventure.
When you Arriving in Addis Ababa then you will be turned back seven years younger . It is because the Julian calendar has 13 months (thanks to a very short month called Pagume, between August and September).
What to see in Addis Ababa And the mix of races from Arabia, the Red Sea and North Africa, of which modern Ethiopians are composed, has ensured a great many of the city’s residents are ridiculously beautiful. Other attractions include the National Museum, where you can visit ‘Lucy’, who is 3.2 million years old, plus the 20 she lived, and the Mercato, the largest market in Africa: a bustling quarter of blocks of sheds, crowds, livestock, donkeys, lorries and sacks of feed and goods you must see this place .