Taghaghien Island Resort

Address: Siwa Oasis Western Desert, Siwa, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Siwa Oasis Western Desert, Siwa.
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        Travel Blogs from Siwa

        Day 4 (86,91)

        A travel blog entry by neebish2 on Mar 21, 2014

        ... because it's neutral. The boy and the Englishman talk, and the Englishman is looking for the alchemist so that he can become his apprentice. The boy and Englishman cannot find the alchemist but keep trying. Then, one day, after asking three people at a well if they know where the alchemist is, the boy meets a young "desert woman" named Fatima and falls in love with ...

        Fatima - My Dream Girl

        A travel blog entry by leungcarlyle on Oct 24, 2013

        1 photo

        ... dark eyes, I am deeply falling in love with her. I believed that it was an omen. Is it my treasure? Sooner I asked Fatima to marry me. Yet she answered me that she will only marry me after I find the hidden treasure. I knew that my love for her would enable me to discover every treasure in the world. “True love will not stop one's personal legend and if it does, it is nottrue love.” In order to success, I must have no fear of failure. Wait for me, ...

        Siwa is quiet on Friday

        A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

        6 photos

        ... the coloured paintings of the sun goddess, the Jekyll, stars, Greek, Roman and Pharaonic influences, hieroglyphics, and the cartouche. Khaled told us that Si-Amun had a Greek wife and an Egyptian wife. So one son is depicted in a Greek style and one son is depicted in an Egyptian style. This site has a couple of photos and some drawings to give you a better idea of what we saw: http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories /si-amun.htm

        There is a three ...

        Sights and Swimming at the Oasis

        A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Apr 11, 2012

        27 photos

        ... of the Dead. This giant hill was essentially used as burial grounds for a variety of nobles and their families during the reign of the Ptolemies and Romans. While there are clearly tombs all over the place, we were only allowed into 4 of them. They are somewhat preserved, but in a lot of cases, it was clear that the artwork was sloppy or that they weren't finished. It was a little creepy wandering around the mountain as we ...

        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 ...