Videos from Eritrea
Video of the Boba Pro Band practicing for their upcoming concerts in Eritrea. The relatively new band plays modern music using traditional Eritrean instruments.
It's this type of creativity that will boost Eritrea's soft power.
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Short video showing a recent trip to Eritrea."The Tans will fade but the memories will last forever" #Eritrea #summer16 #adventuretime #lifeofadventure pic.twitter.com/tmmtVHRP8s— BookWorm♥ (@SuppaLeen) November 23, 2016
Video shows Nabil driving from Asmara Palace Hotel to Flydubai ticket office.
While we're on the topic of Asmara, here's a recent tourist review from an American who worked two years at the U.S. Embassy in Asmara:
What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?
The highlights were really the people (Eritrean and expat) that I met while in Eritrea. We had some great times, despite the general difficulties. The country has a WEALTH of opportunity. I enjoyed the slow pace of the country. I enjoyed the trips to Massawa (the coast). I enjoyed the hospitality of people.
What are the particular advantages of living in this city?
It's quiet. It has pleasant weather with very pleasant people. While relations may be strained with our governments, I feel like the people I met were extremely nice, hospitable and judged you on your own merit and not "as a American" or as a "Canadian", etc. I have been to a lot of places where individual people are reduced to their country's policy, such as Pakistan where there is generally a negative opinion of Americans. I think a large part of the difference here is that almost everyone has family who live abroad, so they have a better understanding.
What do you wish you had known about this particular city/country before moving there?
Wish I had known how much I was going to enjoy it and miss the people.
Knowing what you know now, would you still move to this city?
To read his full review, visit here.
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