Siwa Inn Am Agbenek

beside the firemen place, Siwa, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Siwa

Super Siwa Sand Safari

A travel blog entry by theresabill

5

... seen less than 10 women since we have been here. One was at a restaurant with a tourist, so probably not a local. Another was walking near her home. The rest have been in the back of a cart with their faces completely covered with a black veil. Khalid told us about the three day festival each fall. The young boys get to see the young girls only during this time and inquiries are then made for arranged marriages. I don't know if women get to attend. He also mentioned that a ...

Desert, desert everywhere!

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo

5
19

... the Western Desert were fun too. The hot springs along the way made up for the lack of shower facilities during the nights! Just us and the locals... Egyptian men may not want their women to show off their bods, but they sure don't mind gawking when tourists do...!

  • Interesting tidbit - from January to March, 2011 when the government fell out of power and there wasn't anyone to issue building permits, over ...

  • The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

    A travel blog entry by barry0fisher

    17

    ... br>
    [[Arabic itself is interesting in that there are multiple words with the same meaning, and in addition to it's cursive-like print, it varies to accentuate words sometimes for little more than aesthetic appeal. Also, numbers are different, and most things don't have price tags. Including the hole in the wall hotels we had in Siwa and Alexandria. ]]


    Having exhausted the sights to see in Siwa, we stopped over for dinner in ...

    Cycling and dominoes

    A travel blog entry by ricki958

    1
    12

    ... 8211; you could see the bubbles surfacing. We sat and had coffee, and Ahmed told us about Muslim marriage customs and about growing up as a Muslim.

    We left there after about an hour and after cycling for another 20 minutes arrived back at the hotel around 2pm.

    Tempers were a little short in the group, due perhaps to the heat and the empty stomachs, so everyone kind of split up after that. Ahmed took Rowie and I to ...

    Siwa Oasis!

    A travel blog entry by mjs265

    23

    ... and Lange and some of the girls cried for a bit... It was quite funny.

    On Tuesday, I finished Three Cups of Tea (my mom has been telling me to read it for years now) and then prepared for a run. However when I opened my hotel-room door, smoke billowed in, accompanied by a foul electrical smell. The power had gone out a few minutes earlier, and we concluded there must be an electrical fire. Sure enough, after I had changed out of my running clothes, we ...

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