Desert Rose Hotel

Address: Siwa, Egypt | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Siwa

        Super Siwa Sand Safari

        A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 08, 2013

        5 photos

        ... s lap. The rest of us were having a blast. Yosef slammed the brakes at the top if the next steep hill, then crept forward a few meters and stopped again. He repeated this all the way down. I thought that Hanny was going to jump out and walk back to town! Poor Hanny!!

        The rest of the morning was equally as exhilarating. At some points you could only see sand for as far as you could see. The sand dunes look like a distant mountain range. Other times there were ...

        Burning Rubber to Siwa

        A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 06, 2013

        6 photos

        ... along the Mediterranean that are summer homes for people to rent or own. Bill noticed that construction has been stopped. Hanny said that since the revolution the cost of these homes has gone up and so construction has halted.

        During the middle of the morning we stopped at a war museum, El Alamein. A critical victory for the allied armies took place here during WWII. Many Australian, New Zealand, British and French lives were lost there (a ...

        Don't Leave Anyone Behind in the Desert!

        A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Apr 10, 2012

        9 photos

        ... formation that is called the ship because of the way it looks. The really cool part is that the whole area used to be a sea bed so there are fossilized shells all the way up the side of this rock formation and the ground is completely littered in them. Very cool!  Tonight, once we arrived in Siwa, we hiked up the ruins of the old town for sunset. It was beautiful to watch the sun dip beneath the sand dunes and ...

        The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

        A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

        17 photos

        ... red lights are simply warnings to slow down. Horns are more effective to keep cars separated by 2-4" from others or pedestrians, and bumpers are occasionally used for a quicker stop. It's better to just jump in a taxi, tell the driver your destination, and then pay what you think is appropriate based on the distance, relative to other trips. If you're too low they'll let you know, but more often they don't complain. This is easier and cheaper ...

        Siwa Oasis!

        A travel blog entry by mjs265 on Aug 07, 2010

        23 photos

        ... From there, we set off on an overnight desert safari with a different driver, who sported a gallabea, a baby-blue kufea, and armani sunglasses. His vehicle was very old, and many parts of it didn't seem to work well (like the radiator), but it did the job and we had a great time driving over the sand-dunes in what is referred to here as the "Great Sand Sea." On the safari, we went to a pond of spring-water in the middle of the dunes, where we swam and drank tea, ...

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