Addis Ababa, also spelled Addis Abeba, and the capital of Ethiopia and the African Union, is home to a population of roughly 4 million. The city's name originates from the Amharic word for "New Flower", reflecting its perceived status as a new flower for the continent. The city was founded by the Ethiopian emperor Menelik II in 1886.
On Wednesday May 28, after traveling for 36 hours and arriving to Addis Abeba (Ethiopia) at 3:30am, I'll be doing immigration and then I'll jump on a plane once more (thrice actually) at 7:10am to go to Lalibela (with stops in Mek'ele and Aksum ). If you are wondering about all these airports ...
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