Leptis Hotel (Funduq Lebda)

800m from Leptis main entrance, Al Khums, Libya | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Al Khums


A travel blog entry by asljl


... their weapon with them. The expression in those soldiers’ eyes are deep and cool, and of course, firm and persistent. The whole tribe gives you a depressed feeling that the war is approaching.

Wow! That’s the man of desert! They fear nothing… well, what can be much more frightened than the changeable and fierce desert ---- they even don’t care about the desert! Meanwhile, I also admire those wife in ...


A travel blog entry by asljl


... with
one another for access to the cloth and precious stones brought by merchants.
It seems I once again enter the human world again!

I strongly recommend that if you go to the oasis , chieftain’s tent is a
fantastic travelling attraction! When you walk into the tent, you will being
shocked by the luxurious decoration and furniture you see: the ground was
covered ...


A travel blog entry by asljl


... br>
However,these day’s travel also tell me something about the desert: human is so powerless and tiny compare with the natural that the only thing they can do Ianthe desert is follow the compass and keep going with great cautions. So if you are a person who are willing to get familiar with nature, the desert must Bethe best choice to know a much more real nature ...

Unannounced Delays

A travel blog entry by tomcoote

... would now be leaving. I rushed to catch my flight to London, and escape the grimly overcrowded airport.

Only a few hours after leaving Tripoli, I was glad to find that everything was safe and secure and as it should be in my flat. Even the plants had survived. I turned on the television and tuned into the news only to find that ...

Ruins, Medinas and Teahouses

A travel blog entry by tomcoote


... narrow lanes around this photogenic arch. You can even buy Libya tourist t-shirts at the solitary souvenir shop. I couldn't find the old French Consulate building and nobody seemed to be around at the old British Consulate when I wandered in, but the architecturally similar House of Yusuf Karamanli was open to the public. The atmospheric Ottoman mansion was full of enthusiastic children exhibiting their art work. I was warmly welcomed in and shown around the ...


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