A typical village hut
The Ethiopian staple injera (a kind of sour pancake) served with everything, even pasta
Tej (honey) wine looking like magic potion
Hippos and Crocs in Chamo Lake
Meeting the Dorze: a traditional weaver community of Southern Ethiopia
The Dorze woven blankets (and cool hairstyles)
Outside (left) and inside their 12m high huts
Fear the mighty Dorze warrior (that's real leopard skin and the shield is made from hippo)
Max's first football game in 6 months (they won!)
Staring down at the hot, barren Lower Omo valley below us
The people of the lower Omo valley
Village of the Hamer people in Southern Ethiopia
Children from the Hamer tribe
Painting and decorating Hamer style
Dancing and singing at the Hamer Bull Jumping ceremony
Cycling to the end of the world, or that's how it felt: the Ethiopian police checkpoint before crossing no man's land in to Kenya
'Cycling' along Lake Turkana
A big jerry can of water and box of rations very generously donated by the Kenyan army. We never knew corned beef could taste so good!
Getting a puncture much to the delight of the local kids - the first of 6 that day, thanks to the thorn trees.
Finding an 'official' border crossing in to Kenya
More English than England (except for the monkeys) - the beautiful country cottage we camped at.