It’s hard to put into words the wonderfully charming nature of Ensaro. A trip to Ensaro. It is difficult to describe Ensaro’s wonderful and attractive nature in words.
There is something about nature that just fills me with a sense of wonder. Maybe it’s the way the sun sets over the mountains or the way the trees sway in the breeze. Maybe, it’s the way the stars come out at night or the flowers bloom in the spring. Whatever it is, there is something special about nature that I can’t help but be drawn to. And when I am in nature, I feel like I am in a different world. A world where the worries of everyday life fade away, and I can just be.
When I am in nature, I feel a sense of peace. And it is in these moments that I feel most alive. Ensaro is a woreda in the Amhara Region, Ethiopia. Part of the Semien Shewa Zone, Ensaro is bordered on the south and west by the Oromia Region, on the north by the Jamma River which separates it from Merhabiete, on the northeast by Moretna Jiru, and on the east by Siyadebrina Wayu. Towns in Ensaro include Lemi.
This woreda was originally named Ensaro, which is the name used in the 1994 national census, and it was changed to Ensaro Wayu before the Ethiopian Agricultural Sample Survey in October 2001. Siyadebrina Wayu was split from Ensaro Wayu between 2004 and 2007.