Yemen part II - Wadi Hadramawt December 28th 2006 Yemen part II - Wadi Hadramawt
The word Wadi might be new for some people. It basically means riverbed. The riverbeds in eastern Yemen are dry for most of the year. But the precious little rainwater that does come gathers in the Wadis and therefor making them more suitable for agriculture than other land in this part of the country. Consequently people mostly live in or close by the Wadis and tha ... read more
Middle East » Yemen North Yemen became independent of the Ottoman Empire in 1918. The British, who had set up a protectorate area around the southern port of Aden in the 19th century, withdrew in 1967 from what became South Yemen. Three years later, the southern governm... ... read more
We are Emma Holmbro and Ake Dahllof. We live in Stockholm, Sweden.
We have travelled more or less regularly since the mid 1990-ies and it seems like the more we travel the more difficult it is to decide where to go next. Not because we are running out of places to visit but because we find more places we want to go to faster than we manage to travel to them.
Some of the things from our travel bucket list we have ticked off since we started this blog in 2006 are
Angel Falls in Venezuela
Machu Piccu in Peru
Chernobyl in Ukraine
Snorkelling in the Maldives
Mountain gorillas in Rwanda
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