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 voyager-sue on Oct 31, 2008

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      ... having very little information on the country suggests both routes will be horrific! Our indecision is not good. At this rate it is going to take us forever to do anything! After 4 nights of indecision we opted for the bus since we were told that there are many thieves on the train and that it may be delayed many days. Like Eritrea the internet was pretty slow here and we hope that Ethiopia will be much ...

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