Address: Downtown Siwa, Siwa, 11211, Egypt | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Siwa

        Desert, desert everywhere!

        A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jan 23, 2013

        5 comments, 19 photos

        I hope this entry lets me type more! More impressions of Egypt:

        • Not all deserts are equal! Deserts in Egypt are the remains of bottoms of sea beds from centuries ago, and they are all very different. The first day we travelled through the Black Desert with its black volcanic rock overlay of the sand, then through to the White Desert with it's hoodoo-like formations in all sorts of wierd white shapes & sizes, ...

        The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

        A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

        17 photos

        ... not even drop us off at the street address we'd given him...

        [[Apparently, they don't know how to read maps and as street names are seldom labeled must rely more on landmarks they're already familiar with. Not the best system, but it is cool how all the taxi drivers ask each other for help as they drive like lunatics. For those uninitiated in the driving habits in 3rd world countries, the lane markers are seen merely as decoration, ...

        Siwa Oasis!

        A travel blog entry by mjs265 on Aug 07, 2010

        23 photos

        ... Unfortunately, nothing was open and the town was deserted. As we were standing in front of a giant 3D map of the area, deciding what to do for the day, a 'taxi' (read:rickshaw) driver pulled up and offered us a pretty comprehensive tour for 25 LE per person (~$4.50). So he piled into the back of his motorcycle-driven rickshaw and sped off.

        First, he took us to the "Gebel Muta" or "Mountain of the Dead" where there are many Roman tombs. It was still ...

        Hello Siwa

        A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Mar 16, 2010

        ... had the hopes of enjoying a picnic along the lake. One of their 4x4's
        had snapped the alternator belt, luckily they had a spare. And if a
        broken belt in the desert wasn't enough of a curse, their radiator blew

        Weekend in Siwa (Part 2)

        A travel blog entry by acroyse04 on Mar 03, 2010

        3 comments, 54 photos

        ... adventure of my entire life- I'm in love with the desert and the people and can't wait to go back.        Today I'm still finding sand in my ears, my shoes, my clothes, etc. and my camera is not doing too well, but it was worth it. The rest of the day was sloooowww compared to that- and slow because no one had energy for anything else. We ate dinner, hung out at the fire, then went to bed. Next morning, we ate breakfast and left about 8:45am for the looong way back. ...