Siwa Safari Gardens Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We sat on cushions and ate grilled stuffed chicken, stewed vegetables, salad and couscous. The meal was so delicious. I think this is the most plump and moist chicken we have had so far.
We spent the rest of the afternoon drinking strong sweet tea, resting, eating peanuts, melons and chatting under the palms trees in relative shelter. Another driver with the ladies from Chile brought us the part that Mohammed needed to fix the brakes.
... were going back with a repaired tire to collect Mohammed.
Our room is so cool. It is made of mud walls and wooden floors. I think it will be very cozy to sleep here tonight. Our dinner was fantastic and I ate as much as I could. We had salad, tahini with tomatoes and cucumber, chicken and couscous and a molten chocolate cake. Mohammed Ali Pasha was kind enough to bring me some mint tea to help settle my stomach. I think he is going to try to fatten ...
... sun's heat, and the lack of ventilation from your own breathing, it must be unbearably hot inside those. Now the irony, is that later in Alexandria as well as Cairo, there seems to be an overabundance of lingerie stores, and many designer cloth outlets featuring busty mannequins in low cut blouses and dresses. Somehow I can't see how Egypt's Arab culture and this business selection makes sense, but perhaps all these sheltered women during the ...
Yep another oasis :) This was a small town, that moved at quite possibly the most relaxed pace I have ever seen - big call in Egypt. We hired bikes to ride out to see the mountain of the dead about 4km out of town - a small hill with maybe 100 tombs. We then rode on to see the temple of the oracle - where Alexander the great was proclaimed as the son of Zeus. Last stop on bikes was Cleopatras Bath - a natural spent set ...
... the salt/mud brick fortress of Shali.
was built in the early 1200's and abandoned after the rains in 1926
when most of the structures were destroyed (mud+salt+rain=no bueno for
the Shali ...