Sheraton Djibouti Hotel

Address: BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti, Djibouti | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti.
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      Travel Blogs from Djibouti

      Sailing into the Gulf of Aden

      A travel blog entry by franj on Oct 16, 2014

      3 photos

      We have been sailing for 4 days down the Red Sea and today have turned into the Gulf of Aden. Security has been really tight with extra armed personnel and I see an escort boat today. We have been told the alarm to listen for. It's good they take it seriously. Meanwhile we eat too much, play bridge, be entertained and enjoy the ...


      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Sep 27, 2013

      12 photos

      ... Parking Space and then asked the arriving Ramp Control for AVGAS , oh my.... The Procedure goes as follows. Today Friday afternoon 4 PM No Fuel available! Fuel needs to be purchased in Drums , one Drum 200 litre ( 52.83 ) cost $ 1080.00 yes one tausend and 80 bucks, that is an staggering $20.44 per US Gallon.... really ouch.... No payment on the spot accepted , I guess they do not trust the Delivery guy to carry 5 times his monthly ...

      The Gulf of Aden - my other gun's a Kalashnikov!!

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 23, 2011

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... 8217;.

      We didn’t win the quiz. We got 8 out of 10. Team Australia won. Just out of interest, I asked how many did they get as I like to know how close we were.

      ‘8!’ came the reply.

      ‘Whoa!’ I want a recount. I know it’s only a game and if we were well off the pace we could have accepted this but we have a reputation to maintain!! They had apparently marked the Tereshkova question incorrect. We had ...

      Poverty to the Extreme

      A travel blog entry by giftofisis on Oct 07, 2010

      ... over the streets, you're left thinking, "What the heck"?

      Now I've seen poverty before when I went to Romania, but the wild camels were what really threw me off. I thought the wild dogs in Romania were strange, but we could literally have gone up to any of these camels in Djibouti and no one would have cared.

      Those commercials you see about African families living in poverty almost come close to what you'll actually see in Djibouti. What an ...

      Cruising down the Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by lorrog on Sep 13, 2009

      19 photos

      ... are No1 in the convoy going south all ships have a number in the convoy going north or south, a ship passed us in the lakes which was 400mts long nearly twice our size.Cruising south the scenery changed with the green on the Egypt side and the sand on the Sinai side. The Egyptian soldiers watching from sentry boxes with portable bridges at the ready to invade the other side.!! It is still very hot at 9pm we have traveled 4745 nautical miles since leaving ...