Kaleb show – a meeting with Model and singer Sara/Sirtana Takele. Ethiopian occasions are not about the astonishing neon lights in enormous shopping centers or the throughout-the-night parties in a dance clubs. They aren’t about the ‘exceptional TV programs,’ the greater part of which push you near the primer indications of heart failure. It isn’t about the “Cheerful occasion” messages of the top of the food chain, the greater part of whom don’t seem as though they truly would not joke about this!
Most Ethiopian occasions are about the hurrying around of the boisterous sheep, chicken, and so forth showcases. They’re about the actual demonstration of hauling your sheep right to your town and the neighbors peering over the wall to check whether the unfortunate creature has any meat on it. Ha! They are tied in with keeping away from the noise of the plainly irate chicken. They are about the warmed trades among customers and shippers.
They are about the smell of margarine and the eleven or more flavors; they are additionally the smoke surging from the conventional kitchens where the Habesha Dabo (nearby bread) is heated. Tragically, every one of these things is currently being flung into the dustbin of history. Most are turning out to be “Quite a long time ago… ” recollections.