Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village

Address: 1 Ain El Araes St. Siwa Oasis, Siwa, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1 Ain El Araes St. Siwa Oasis, Siwa.
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      Day 4 (86,91)

      A travel blog entry by neebish2 on Mar 21, 2014

      The boy remembers that the old King said "never forget your dream, follow the omens". These omens tell him to follow the caravan, and he arrives at an oasis. The oasis is a place of date trees and wells, and different colored tents filled with travelers. There's a rule in the oasis that you get hospitality as a traveler, but soldiers do not. There is no fighting at ...

      Siwa is quiet on Friday

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

      6 photos

      ... path to the Temple of the Oracle of Amun. An Oracle was a wise person who could interpret dreams, fix your bad luck and give you advice. He was not a religious person.

      The Oracle became popular after Alexander the Great came to him in 331 BC. Alexander asked "who am I?" and the oracle answered, "the son of Amun (god/Zeus)". He also asked, "who killed my father?" And the oracle answered, "that is between you and god". The message that Alexander the Great ...

      The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

      A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... the quicker you should get out of the way, as the buses even more belligerently plow their way past other vehicles with a blow horn the like found on a cruise ship or something. Also, highways or city blocks, it makes no difference to any of the 18 million people of Cairo that weave their way around cars, or often vice-versa. Really, I have respect for how close these drivers have cars and people on literally all four sides, and rarely even need to slam the ...

      Hello Siwa

      A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Mar 16, 2010

      ... BEFORE and AFTER photo. The first shot is about an hour
      into a sand storm, as you can see the background is sort of hazy. The
      adjacent image is 30 minutes later; 3 parts blowing sand and a jigger
      of rain. Ahmed ...

      MuMu, Africa and compass consultation

      A travel blog entry by the-rambler on Nov 25, 2009

      4 comments, 6 photos

      Dear Muammar al-Qaddafi

      Humble greetings oh mighty one, oh lord and master of Libya and your universe, oh great unificator of my African universe, oh great pontificator and poet, pantocrator, philosopher to the needy and glorious benefactor to those deserved and undeserved, oh sublime versificator of the divine verdant scripture, oh hymn singer, praise singer, human prophet of your almighty, ye who have spread the word, fought righteousness with dignity, stood firm ...