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Went/Saw/Ate/Wrote

This one’s on me. I’m happy to share my latest article for Selamta, the in-flight magazine of Ethiopian Airlines. For this assignment, I spent an afternoon being led to and fed in lesser known/much loved restaurants around Addis Ababa (one of which had one of the best ceiling art I’d ever seen, see below), all in the name of journalism, courtesy of the good people at Go Addis Tours.

 The Dish: Dining Through The Capital Like a Local with Go Addis Tours.

I advise you read this after eating, otherwise you’ll feel a need to tear off to the nearest habesha restaurant (or your mama’s/wifey’s/sister’s kitchen) before you’re halfway through. And then after that you’ll be too sleepy to finish reading. But then when you wake up to read again you’ll be  hungry again. And so it goes, vicious cycle, this eating business…

Enjoy!

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