47 thoughts on “SHOCKED IN ETHIOPIA (Epic local experience)

  1. Indigo Traveller says:

    Thank you for watching this video, guys – I am really happy how this one came it, interactions with the local people, air travel, road travel, local food, fascinating sites and all around good vibes. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! If you missed my last my last Ethiopia video, you can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zavVdRWPVIM
    Cheers! Nick πŸ’—πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ή

  2. Frezer Tekola says:

    you don't know how right you are about the "buses" packing in people to the brim .the drivers will literally never tell you its full and its like a topic of lots of memes here and we call them taxis in Ethiopia but i really enjoy your videos and i really like your positive vibe keep it up.

  3. Alan attack says:

    "white boy"???? racist bastards?…or is it not racist cause they are poor?…is it racist?…you can not and would not say anything like that here in the UK….so was that that unacceptable? hmmmm.

  4. OtterDC Captain says:

    Loved my trip to Ethiopia. Lucky to live in DC, which is nicknamed Little Addis. We have some great Ethiopian food here. Btw…totally ate the food wrong. You're supposed to use the injera to grab the food. Anyways…I really enjoy the videos. You should do one in Rwanda! You started your journey there…lol

  5. pat wall says:

    You think it is off the beaten path now…I hitch hiked through northern Ethiopia 20 years ago during a war. I cannot wait to go back because there has been a lot of development since I was there. I loved Ethiopia!

  6. Aquarian Christianity says:

    Also, they have a different look from "most Africans," Bantus; different attitude, different brow. They seem quite friendly but don't say much. They are quiet and succinct. The mountains are amazing! One day soon. Seems pretty safe. Right? Seems amazing. God, may I? πŸ™‚

  7. Aquarian Christianity says:

    I've gotten to the point where I like Ethiopian people. Kind of like the Bantu blacks, but quieter. I love the Bantu! I got a vegetarian plate at a local Ethiopian restaurant. Ah!! I recommend it!! Legumes and other vegetables, but wonderful. Spicy but not very hot. Ethiopia is enchanting, and I never thought I'd want to go. But I do!! The rain and hail add to the charm. Cool Africa, a draw.

  8. De Nada says:

    Seeing all these countries is a huge experience, something amazing to say you did in your life but you go to some sketchy ass places. I don't know if it's worth possibly losing your life.

  9. Di Garcia says:

    I'm sorry but not many friendly faces in crowd ( except young boy sharing potato and young children you met along the way) the men all looked like they wanted to take you out. Thankful you survived. I'm surprised at all the positive comments for I saw very little positive

  10. Arkkalious99 says:

    HEY GUYS, CONSTANTLY LOOK AT MY TEETH, BC I NEVER SHUT MY MOUTH. I CAM CLOSE UPS ON MY TEETH, BC FKN TEEEEEEETHHHHH OMFG FKN MOUTH STUCK OPEN FOR YOU LOOK AT MY TEETH………..CAN OPEN MOUTH BUT CANT OPEN EYES….FML,,,,,,BUT TEEEEEETTTHHHHHHHHHHH FUUUUUUCCCKKKKKKK !!!!!!!

  11. George Makedon says:

    This guy is quite unusual . Cool with guts though .On the other hand he didn't really dwell on the Orthodox Spirituality of the country. P.s. Surrealistic freak out lobster cartoon in between !

  12. Alan West says:

    I would really love to go to these type of places but I don't think I could deal with being so far out of my comfort zone. Plus the problems with the infrastructure in third world countries, it would probably make the UK infrastructure look amazing. So I'll continue to explore such exotic haunts through travelling youtubers

  13. Shaun Elemens says:

    I visited Ethiopia in the past, loved the people, loved the the food but gosh the internet was so spotty like they are still in the stone age but i think is because of government censorship. Then i went to Kenya for two weeks' i enjoyed high speed internet/data the whole time and it was super cheap.

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