Oscar Hotel

El Barka Street, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on El Barka Street, Aswan.
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Travel Blogs from Aswan

The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 3

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 26, 2014

... we stopped, we glimpsed behind the brushes [sic] a dead man lying among the stalks. At Allahabad there were thousands of fakirs, feet bleeding, stomachs bloated, loins shriveled; dust on their lips, ashes and cow dung in their hair, their sinister secret odors assailing one from afar. They looked happy enough. They were carrying boxes upon their heads and were walking silently side by side, graceful as panthers, smelling vaguely of cinnamon. ...

The Peaceful Nile

A travel blog entry by sheela.beckley on Jun 25, 2014

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... shade, and women cluster around one another. If one person is working you will have five other just watching. The pace of life is slow and not hurried. The ancient Kings and Queens of Egypt built their temples and tombs along the banks of the Nile. Many of these ruins were flooded and had to be moved onto higher ground. On the walls you witness how life was and the importance of the river. Now the temples lay hollow and lifeless. All that work, the detailed artisans, the belief ...

Egypt - Day 11: Aswan

A travel blog entry by dorlina on Dec 12, 2013

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... the river to the down town of Aswan. Lots of hassling as less tourists came to the city of Egypt and we had to deal with them all by ourselves. The prices in accommodation, food or transportation are slightly higher in Aswan than other cities. We always have to pay the touristic prices even when going to a local shop. We can’t read Arabic and so couldn’t understand the menu. This is something I really dislike in ...

Abu Simbel

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 13, 2013

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... as I was walking outside the guard handed me a giant golden key saying I am Neferteri, (Ramses II's favourite wife out of sixty-something wives!) and took a photo of me holding the 'key of life' like Neferteri. When we'd explored Ramses' temple for a while we went over to the temple he had built for Neferteri. Out the front of this temple were six huge statues. Four of Rameses and two of Neferteri. I think this guy liked himself just a bit! This temple was much smaller ...

Felucca Sailing

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 12, 2013

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... people! So we went back to a Nubian house which we entered and went upstairs to meet Ramzy. We sat down and had a chat for a minute, when all of a sudden Ramzy scared the **** out of Darren by throwing a crocodile onto him! It was a tiny little thing, which his mouth tied shut, and he was SO CUTE! I called him Chomper, and had a cuddle and got some photos. I wonder if I could get a crocodile through customs... After playing with Chomper, and having a look at the three ...