Hotel la Siesta

Address: Siesta Beach, Djibouti, 555, Djibouti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Siesta Beach, Djibouti.
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    A travel blog entry by justbeyoself on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... came across the city of Zeila, a port city in northeast Africa. The commotion was minimal, so we all just walked around for a while. At some point, an odd man approached us and recognized us as well-traveled foreigners. He also invited us to dinner with the local sultan, Sa’ad ad-Din II. We had a rather uneventful dinner, until he turned to us and told us to escort his children to Yemen, I was confused until ...


    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Sep 27, 2013

    12 photos

    ... to my Tanks. Finally got Airborne at 10:30 really Hot and Humid 35 C about and humid just Like Florida sometimes. Im always amazed at the Performance of the SX even heavy Loaded it climbed up to FL 120 in less than 10 Minutes where theTemp was still + 24 talking about ISA plus here! turned south west towards the first Intersection on my way to Dar El Salam, Tanzania where I Landed after 5 hours and 6 Minutes for the 1200 mile Leg ...

    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

    ... muster station, Roisin exclaimed: ‘<i>Where’s our lifeboat?’</i> Sure enough every muster station had a double-hulled lifeboat with twin prop that hold a capacity of 109 persons. As our muster station was at the end of the deck, all we had were a few inflatables. (25-person max). If in the unfortunate event that we’ll need to use them, I’m hoping they’ll give us the oars as well! The muster station is stencilled on to ...

    Cruising down the Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Sep 13, 2009

    19 photos

    13 Sept
    At 6am this morning we were cruising down the canal with just sand either side and by 7-30 we were in the Great Bitter Lakes awaiting the north bound ships to pass so we could carry on going south, there were around 50 ships of all shapes ans sizes milling around waiting to go north or south, the weather is very hot so passengers are just swimming & sunbathing waiting for their seafood lunch. The Capt told us we were due to leave the lake at ...

    At sea again, Gulf of Aden

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Oct 31, 2008

    ... Shipboard routine is breakfast at 8 so we have time to linger before Tai Chi at 9. Then the Captain's stories at 9:45 and Peter's talk on history of the area going until nearly noon. Ed plays Pinochle with Ken and Barbara most of the afternoon, and I catch up on my notes, do my laundry, nails, read, whatever and while away the day. We have BBC back, not that great but better than ...

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