Christmas Day services outside Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa
Anne takes a break at the historic Addis Hilton
Steve checks his notes at the historic Addis Hilton
Fence made of re-purposed plastic bottles -- a common sight in Addis
Driving in Addis is not for the timid. Traffic rules -- and lanes-- are more like guidelines.
Meskel Square is prime training ground for Ethiopia's long-distance runners. Every morning, hundreds of amateur runners can be seen pounding the paths of the huge amphitheater. Some of Ethiopia's most famous runners show up regularly to encourage the next generation of Olympic hopefuls.
There are thousands of blue and white Russian Ladas on the streets of Addis, one of the legacies of Ethiopia's socialist regime. Almost all are used as taxi cabs. This one seems to be on its last legs.
A line for a local poetry reading in Addis Ababa.
The Mercato is divided into sections - this is clearly the electronics section.
The Addis Mercato is the largest open-air market in Africa.
Ethiopian coffee is famous. Anne and Dejene are at Tomoca, one of the city's most popular coffeeshops.