Shali Lodge

Address: Sharia Subukha, Siwa, 11211, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sharia Subukha, Siwa.
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        Day 5 (91,104)

        A travel blog entry by neebish2 on Mar 22, 2014

        For over a month, the boy stays in the Oasis and becomes friends with Fatima. After a month she tells him that he needs to keep pursuing his own Personal Legend. If he comes back to her, then they were meant to be together. Considering this, he goes out to the desert to meditate. While he is there, he sees two hawks circling above which he believes is an omen: one hawk attacks the ...

        Fatima - My Dream Girl

        A travel blog entry by leungcarlyle on Oct 24, 2013

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        I learned from sheepherding, I learned from the crystal shop, and I learned from the trip travelling through the old and wise desert! I travel through the Sahara desert. The weather is hot and dry and everywhere is surrounded by sand. The trip is so harsh. I believed that God create the desert to remind man to treasure the trees. Throughout the journey, we follow the experienced leader of the caravan day after day. I have learnt a lot of knowledge from the ...

        Siwa is quiet on Friday

        A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

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        ... city and get a nice view of the two salt lakes, the mountain of the dead, mosques, homes, businesses, ect.

        Khaled explained that throughout history, mostly Libyan (only 90 kilometres away) and Berber people (Tunisian, Moroccan and Libyan) live here, not Egyptian. The 22,000 residents here still speak the Berber language amongst themselves and do not share it with outsiders. The old name of the city, Shali means My Home. The name of our hotel is translated to ...

        Sights and Swimming at the Oasis

        A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Apr 11, 2012

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        Not that I can sleep past 7am these days, we had the opportunity to sleep in this morning as we weren't heading out until around 10:30am. Our guide had borrowed bikes from the hotel to get us around town faster. They weren't great bikes, but they did the job for the most part. At least the majority of ours did...Chris managed to have a flat tire within the first 20 minutes of us getting around. Our first stop this morning was ...

        The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

        A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

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        ... backgammon. Though Frances and I already did this in Marsa Moutrogh. She left to Cairo a bit earlier than me to finish her very last school paper, before returning to the States in a few days. She's actually going back to Northwestern in Chicago for her Senior year.

        I managed fine the rest of the day. Actually, a couple friendly 20-yo guys helped me out a bit in the Alexandria train station, and I ended up chatting with them for ...