Paradise Hotel

Address: 373 Saad Zaghlol Street, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 373 Saad Zaghlol Street, Aswan.
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Travel Blogs from Aswan

Bucketlist Items

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 23, 2015

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... the platter of meat baklava if that need hadn't arisen. (Was that a triple negative? I need to work on my writing skills.) The food coma is imminent, and I have to get up at 3:00am tomorrow to get to Abu Simbel. I'm just going to sign out here, despite all the other events of the last few days. I'll hopefully get round to those at some point. J PS - I ate fried cows brain. I'm a fan of the flavour, but not the texture. Gobs of meat jelly aren't really my ...

Idfu to Aswan, day of the walls

A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 17, 2015

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... her camelback off her back, and also tried to stab it. One guy played chicken with a tuk-tuk, the tuk-tuk flipped and the rider went off road. Very nerve wracking. Larger groups, carry rock and if possible a stick is the way to go. Ethiopia is going to be brutal I think. Feels warmer then last night! All tents dried in matter of minutes, shorts are still wet but everything else is dry. We were talking about things we thought to bring, and things we ...

Stage 8: Idfu to Aswan (113km)

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 17, 2015

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... s section and no one complained this time.
Above where the ferry came in there was a tomb at the top of a very steep sandstone bluff. We were aiming to get back to the camp for the 5pm riders briefing, but Birgette and Chris decided to take a camel ride up to the tomb, while the rest of us got into the back of one of the pickup taxis. A much comfier ride back than in the crowded taxi going.
At lunch time the sweep had come through but two of the ...

Temples to the gods

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 01, 2014

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Today we sailed to the small towns of Kom Ombu and Edfu and saw two amazing temples.
The temple at Kom Ombu is dedicated to the gods Sobek the crocodile god and Horus the falcon god. The temple has suffered greatly from erosion and earthquakes etc but it is still very beautiful. Among the amazing carvings are depictions of medical tools and recipes for medications. Crocodiles were revered as having the spark of ...

We are in de Nile

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 01, 2014

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The alarm went off at 3 for our 4am pick up. Surprisingly as we went down to breakfast all the wedding guests and bride and groom were just leaving. This supports our guides comments that all people go to bed at 3am. Even children if the wedding guests and the children that we saw out at 11 pm the night before are any guide. It seems they do all their socialising in the evening cool. Breakfast was open so we had a snack. Then it was off to ...