Travel Blogs from Tripoli
... live in oasis are mostly consisted of women, children and ages while people in the tribe are always strong ad powerful man. This is because in ancient time, people in desert considered oasis as a neutral region which they can’t being involved in a war. In this way can lessen the unnecessary sacrifice.
Although the war between two tribes are no longer appear (or seldom?), but for some reason the man in the tribe ...
The oasis is just near at my hand.
oasis that cite in front of me is quite different from what I have imagined
before ---- it’s not just a tiny area with a few water source wells clustered
by some palms. Actually, it’s a rich agricultural land with naughty children
staring at the strangers and a lively market where local ...
... his angry face as well as the gentle one.
Hope that we can get to the oasis as soon as possible. I’d rather to have a shower in the cost of my Phone ---- anyway, they have already run out of battery!
... now Libya that was making the headlines. The uprising had already started while I was in the airport and my flight back to London had been amongst the very last to leave. Only a few hours later and I'd have been in Libya for rather longer than a short break.
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... the two stories of rooms that overlooked the fountain in the central courtyard.
After meandering through narrow lanes of blacksmiths, bakers and artisans, I found myself back under the clock tower in the square between the Red Castle and Medina, where the popular Magha as-Sa'a traditional teahouse is located. It's actually more of a posh coffee shop, now, than a traditional teahouse, with excellent cappuccinos, and large plasma screens hung across the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility