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First of all, if you're coming to see Harar you've got to book Nahom. +251 920915134 He's very friendly, speaks incredible English, and has a real kindness that radiates off of him. In addition to his personal qualities, as a lifelong resident of Harar he knows every inch of
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More than 1010, one thousand and ten years old wall, built to protect the city. A 6 pm is the time where the in is in and the out is out. So, the gates used to be closed by that time. A 5 gates for the city. Spice bazaar, vegetable market, meat shops mainly for camels and 82
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After arriving in Dire Dava by train (wonderful and relaxing journey) we had to stay in this city because there were no buses to Harar for 3 days because of political "problems". Arriving at Ethiopian bus stops is always a challange but Harar is the biggest of all. We wanted to
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My friends and I booked a tour of Harar with Naod Tedla (naodharar@gmail.com) - and he was great! Highly recommend! During the day he showed us around the city - took us to see 4 of the gates, alleyways, and 2 museums, as well as a small Khat market. He had great lunch
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Touring old town within the walls is a wonderful experience. So much life, so colorful. We toured with Solomon, who has written a book on street food in old town. We had just-cooked bread, sesame balls and a deliciously sweet green shelled fruit. You can see Falcons swoop
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