Ben Yedder

Address: Ghadamis, Libya | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Ghadamis

        The Alchemist (73-79)

        A travel blog entry by laxguy99 on Mar 21, 2014

        1 photo

        ... prints, Santiago had a lot of time to think about his personal legend and how much he had learned. The boy enjoyed the desert and the quite. He even threw book away so he could make a relationship with his camel, and although he learned something new every time he read from it he realized it was an unnecessary burden. The leader had heard that there were tribal wars going on and they might not get there in time.

        Ghadames desert

        A travel blog entry by akka9 on Oct 30, 2009

        You will be in the hands of the nature and in the arms of the sand dunes where the moon will eliminate your night and you will have great talking with the stars since when you are getting that real cup of green tea. We do have the rock painting and the graffiti which back for more then a thousands of years and also we do have the nature lakes with ...

        Ghadames Peal of the Desert

        A travel blog entry by aliainlibya on Dec 03, 2008

        3 comments, 25 photos

        As Claudia was visiting we decided to book a trip to Ghadames, the old town know as the Pearl of the desert. It was an 8 hour drive inland from Tripoli and situated on the edge of the Sahara desert near Algeria and Tunisia. We had a wonderful guide Mustafa take us out there and show us around. He was actually born in the old Medina so was full of information. We stayed in a lovely new hotel Dar Ghadames for 2 nights. Although nothing to do at night ...

        Locked away in the Algerian Sahara

        A travel blog entry by peacefrog on Sep 20, 2004

        10 photos

        ... a must see: Algeria from Above After landing, there I was in a really remote place, with only 2 places to go: - the base camp, to eat, sleep, sometimes drink, chat, play babyfoot with Italians (!!!) - the offices and processing facilities, to work A good human experience, with lots of different nationalities: French, Italian, Romanian, Indian, ...