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Driving to my hotel very early Saturday morning, I was quite taken aback to find the Addis Ababa Hilton not smack in the city center as I expected, but rather set amid a tiny village, after a short drive from the airport over what looked like dusty lanes.* * * WHEN I asked Brenda Zulu, a Zambian freelance journalist, who is also part of Women’s Edition and is a frequent Addis visitor, where Addis’ city center was, she began with a reference to Ethiopia’s history.Now imagine a short girl with long legs and tell me how symmetric and proportional that looks to you.Guys either prefer petite beauties or tall beauties; or they just don’t care as long as she is beautiful.
D.) and that more than 70 percent of the population belongs to the Orthodox Church while about 16 percent are Muslims.
But the view from my window consists of a jumble of skyscrapers and houses against a backdrop of mountains.
In fact, the weather is cool and a bit damp, with sudden bursts of rainfall in the afternoon.
The “only” thing we women have to do is to keep our legs perfect, or we can develop our intellect and other skills and seduce men with our charm, femininity and sensuality…
ADDIS ABABA—This is the capital and largest city of Ethiopia.