Ryboon City Hotel

Address: Mukalla, Yemen | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Mukalla

Queen Em

A travel blog entry by emilyleczkowski on Sep 17, 2014

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This city was definitely one to remember. I was out for a bite to eat when I ran into a rather pleasant woman named Deanna. Turns out, she is called a "time traveler" back in her home town. Whatever that means! We have decided to travel together since she doesn't have a set itinerary and I do.

One of the first places we decided to see in Aden was the Sira Castle. I could smell ...

Restaurants: Would you like Typhoid with that?

A travel blog entry by longbeard on Oct 07, 2010

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... guidelines, life in Yemen will be better. But, if you contract the deadly disease, Cyprox 500 is the cure, and depending on how long Typhoid has been in your bloodstream it may take 10 to 30 days to eradicate the disease.

Qat: The Good Feeling Drug

Qat is the drug of choice in Yemen, and why shouldn`t it be. Qat is legally grown on farms in Yemen, and is legally distributed on the corner of the major streets in Sana`a, the capital of Yemen. ...

Is it the Taxi or the Bus

A travel blog entry by longbeard on Oct 07, 2010

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... outside in the wind. Like always, expect your bus driver to chew a large wad of qat so he can get thoroughly high (intoxicated) while he drives you, your spouse, and children safely to your destinations.

Yes! There is nothing like reliable Yemeni transportation. If you are blessed to start your travels off at the beginning of Baghdad Street, you will see the above mentioned places, and eventually you will come across the notorious Baghdad gangster, ...

Hiking in Yemen's Haraz Mountains

A travel blog entry by mebiner on Dec 20, 2008

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... I wasn't that interested in going there but had deferred to the guide's suggested itinerary. Later I wondered if he chose this as our starting point to make the hike a little easier for himself, with several hundred feet gained by riding the motorcycles on that initial stretch. We wandered through the village before starting our hike, and I marveled at the antique wooden doors with large latches, but now with an added padlock of some sort. ...

Into the Haraz Mountains of Yemen

A travel blog entry by mebiner on Dec 19, 2008

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... after all, well, it was his home. He was a great guy, friendly, unassuming, and his English was better than most of the Yemenis I had met. He worked in Sana'a one day a week and said he didn't like the city. It was understandable why he would feel that way, living in a small, peaceful village with no traffic or noise (except from the mosques), far-reaching views and clean air. Just thinking about the comparison reduced the height of my first impression of ...