Porto Marina Resort & Spa
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Our guide Radwa looks like an Egyptian version of Barbara Streisand. She fended off over-aggressive sales folk and held Eden's hand when we were walking close to the edge of large drops. She was meticulously honest. Change was given with exactness but when we tried to pay her back for a couple of toilet fees she refused "it all rounds to nothing" she would say. At every chance she offered us information about Islam. "These books are free" she would tell us, "Maybe ...
... are the tombs of over 5,000 Italian soldiers who died here during the battles against the Allies in 1942. Nearly half of the tombs are signed 'Unknown' and this is very touching really, because so many of those young men couldn't even be recognized. Inside the Memorial there's a small museum and the Cemetery with the tombs over 200 Lybian soldiers (at those times, Lybia was an Italian colony) who fought for the Fascist Army during WWII and a ...
... outside the resort, for Europeans there's just the desert. I spent a very lazy and relaxing time sunbathing and strolling on the beach (it's sooooo long, and outside the resort the seaside gets wilder, with rocks and high waves...), and could take advantage of the village's unique position to take part in some great trips. All in all, a remarkable experience and a holiday I'd surely repeat!
... how these things work out.
Anyway, I hope this is the first blog post of many to come. That is to say, in spite of the tense political situation and upcoming elections and various other cultural challenges, I am enjoying being here. Also, I'm not sure I could handle the disappoint of being whisked away to Morocco. Bas hanshoof, Allahu a3lim.
Peace and blessins, peace and blessins
... protectors; Roman dressing or hair styles; etc. There was also the room where the families who came to visit the dead would eat & drink. They would stay all day and had to finish all the food & drink they brought before leaving as well as leaving all their containers there too. There was another chamber with sarcophagi as well as the rooms where urns with the ashes were placed in the wall slots. The entrance to the other chamber was no longer accessible as this leads ...