Faces cheering with authentic smiles, eyes pouring light emissions, hearts longing for the country are what portray this journey from Cairo to Addis Ababa.
"We are taking advantage of our chance," says Amelework Asnake who left Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia from the "amazing destitution" that she looked with her family when she lived in Bahirdar, a northern Ethiopian city.
There are in excess of 100,000 Ethiopian transient authorities in Arab countries, according to a 2014 report by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), an all-inclusive U.K.- based research association. As demonstrated by the report, drifters consistently come all the way back with alarming wounds.
"I have five more youthful kin. My father is dead, so the whole obligation comes down to me" Asnake expressed, despising her mother's rotting prosperity.
Asnake, 28, isolated herself as an understudy with her high assessments, in any case, she needed to drop out of optional school in light of her family's concern.
"My dreams were gigantic, anyway now and again, your needs might be reshuffled due to [difficult] conditions and I arrange my family," she recognized.
"We are not disturbed women or women without dreams, yet defeats who give [a] chance for young kin's and sisters' dreams to turn out true to form," said another transient in Dubai who referenced not to be named.