Adrere Amellal: Desert Ecolodge

Address: Sidi al-Ja'afar, Siwa, 11211, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sidi al-Ja'afar, Siwa.
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      Travel Blogs from Siwa

      Do you consider yourself adventurous?

      A travel blog entry by neebish2 on Mar 22, 2014

      I consider myself a person who enjoys to look at the world differently than most people in the sense that I enjoy going to explore in the woods by myself. I can explore for hours on end, doing nothing. I go on hikes and climb trees and climb rocks and these things, I believe, are what make me adventurous in my own personal ways. Usually, when I do these things, I go alone which is uncommon and ...

      Super Siwa Sand Safari

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 08, 2013

      5 photos

      ... have up to four wives, divorce is allowed and remarriage is allowed for men and women. This makes me wonder are the girls educated? I would guess that they are not. How much education do boys get here? Does anyone marry someone outside the city? Probably not because who would agree to being locked away for the rest of their lives? We have seen boys and young girls (pre-elementary age) together in Siwa. At what age are the girls confined to the home? Probably when they hit ...

      Desert, desert everywhere!

      A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jan 23, 2013

      5 comments, 19 photos

      ... were started in this country. Also interesting that because citizens have to pay a 15% tax on any finished buildings, the tops of most of the buildings are unfinished. Very weird to see a whole suburb with posts & wires sticking out of the top of most structures...

    • Our second day with our Beduin friends took us to a Beduin motel complex. It was supposed to be a night in reed huts, but our guide ...

    • The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

      A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... in asking for a tip every time either of us passed him on the way to the bathroom. Egyptians don't quite understand providing an actual service to deserve a tip, but we explained he would get a tip the next morning. Ironically, why he didn't just ask for more for the room and pocket the difference amazed me.


      We checked out the main museum, some Roman catacombs, Pompey's Pillar, a large modern mosque , and an old Islamic castle ...

      Cycling and dominoes

      A travel blog entry by ricki958 on Nov 15, 2010

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... place we would never have found on our own, where his friend, the proprietor Ben, made us yummy pies and was so taken by Rowie’s eyes and my long hair that he gave us a fruit salad and a Turkish coffee for free. We played dominoes for a couple of hours and had a great time.

      Around 5pm Rowie and I came back to the hotel and ensconced ourselves on the roof of the hotel to write our journals. Rowie is so far behind, a couple ...