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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      Sailing into the Gulf of Aden

      A travel blog entry by franj on Oct 16, 2014

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      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

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      ... and completed the Flight with an Visual straight in RWY 9 , rather than wasting another 10 minutes for the full procedure. Now Im really in Affrica , yes with two FF .The only reason everybody will go to Djibouti is because you really have to , in my case the only place within 2000 miles with Avgas. This is like if there would be only one Airport with 100LL between the East West coast in the States. Upon Landing proceeded to ...

      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

      ... and wave about for no apparent reason. Philip observed that sometimes he felt like he was on an 18-30 cruise. More like a 50-80 cruise if you ask me!!!

      The final question of the 1st quiz session was ‘What was the name of the first woman on the moon?’ It sounded like a trick question. Philip knew the name of the first woman in space so we wrote that there has never been a woman on the moon but the first woman in space was ...

      Poverty to the Extreme

      A travel blog entry by giftofisis on Oct 07, 2010

      Can you imagine waiting on the side of a warship just to pull in to one of the first countries you've ever been to, but at five miles away you can already smell camel dung? I don't need to imagine, because that's exactly what it was.

      At first, it was understandable because there were camel farms all around the coast by where we were. But when you ride the bus over to the Army base and you happen to see wild camels and people living in open fields and hanging ...

      Cruising down the Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by lorrog on Sep 13, 2009

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      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 ...

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