Somaliland: with Addis Ababa & Eastern Ethiopia by Philip BriggsSomaliland: with Addis Ababa & Eastern Ethiopia by Philip Briggs

Somaliland: with Addis Ababa & Eastern Ethiopia

byPhilip Briggs

Paperback | June 5, 2012

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Little known to the outside world, Somaliland has much to offer the truly intrepid traveler. This pioneering guidebook introduces one of the world's least chartered travel destinations. It covers everything from the low-key capital Hargeisa and mediaeval port of Berbera to peerless rock art sites such as Las Geel, and the scenery and wildlife of the Daallo Escarpment, towering 2,000m high above the pristine reefs of the Gulf of Aden. Written by Africa specialist, Philip Briggs, it provides unparalleled background information, including the only maps in existence of the capital and other major towns.
Philip Briggs is a travel writer and has written numerous guides to the African continent.
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Title:Somaliland: with Addis Ababa & Eastern EthiopiaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.5 × 5.25 × 0.68 inPublished:June 5, 2012Publisher:Bradt Travel GuidesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1841623717

ISBN - 13:9781841623719

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: GENERAL INFORMATIONChapter 1: Background informationChapter 2: Natural HistoryChapter 3: Practical informationPART TWO: THE GUIDEChapter 4: HargeisaChapter 5: Eastern SomalilandChapter 6: Western SomalilandChapter 7: Addis Ababa and Eastern Ethiopia (Harar and Dire Dawa)Appendices and Index.

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'Briggs' love for Africa, and his deep respect for its people, inform and illuminate the whole experience.' Travel Africa