Last week we came back from our 8 days long trip to Andalusia, Southern Spain. Andalusia has a rich Moorish heritage, including many fantastic examples of Moorish architecture which were built during the eight centuries when Andalusia was the centre of the Arab population in the Iberian peninsular. Also, it used to be the main […]
Yesterday one of the most beautiful ceremonies took place on the roof of Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Ethiopian Tewahedo Church has celebrated the Resurrection and thousands of candles were lighted up. Photos by Einat Klein.
Ethiopian Christians celebrating Easter week in Jerusalem.
Photos from Samaritans community of Israel, celebrating Passover with 55 sheeps barbecue. All photos by Einat Klein.
Last week end we’ve been hiking in Wadi Rum, red-rose desert in Jordan. Here you can have a taste of our atmosphere and unforgettable landscapes!
Photos of Borena tribe from Southern Omo valley by photographer and traveler Einat Klein. And you are always welcome to join one of our Ethiopian adventures, guided by Einat :)
Rock salt has been mined at Lake Afrera, and the surrounding part of the Afar Depression, for centuries. Lt. Lefebvre recorded some of the hazards of mining salt from the Depression:
Dozens of caravans passing every day through the salt lake Assale, transporting the white gold. This pure beauty and traditional Afar tribe business was captured by photographer and TravelLab Ethiopia founder Einat Klein.
Salt lake Dallol is one of the most significant places in Ethiopia and the hottest spot on Earth. Enjoy our detailed photo report from Einat Klein and explore, how doest it feel inside a hell.