Siwi Oasis Hotel

Address: End of Anwar El Sadaat St., Mersa Matruh, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on End of Anwar El Sadaat St., Mersa Matruh.
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Travel Blogs from Mersa Matruh

Hectic first day in Egypt

A travel blog entry by bruceandpetra on Jan 11, 2010

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We arrived at the border nice and early, and we said fair-well to Mr Zaid in no-mans land, after he had sorted out all our paperwork, handing back of the plates etc.....

That was the easy bit....the Egyptian side was going to be a huge challenge, and expensive. To cut a long story short, we had to get a visa, health check, clear customs, various checks for vehicle, third party insurance, number plates, credit card ...

Day 19 – Alexandria and the Mediterranean Co

A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 14, 2009

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... the TV show, The Big Bang Theory. I suspect we are the only foreigners in this area. We are living like the locals who vacation in this area!

At the club/restaurant/non-alcoholic bar next door, there was very loud Arabic music blaring. We were hoping it would end so we could get some sleep. We had noticed that the locals like to stay awake very late. They do not drink alcohol, so Jon does not see the point of being out ...

Shutting down

A travel blog entry by gingercarter on Mar 07, 2009

Friday night was a doozy...I was awake off and on all night and started running a fever. I got up in the middle of the night to put on every sweater I brought and to put on a couple pairs of socks. Wrapped my sarong around my neck like a scarf and shivered... It's just a cold, I thought. My throat was scratchy and dry. It'll be over in a couple of days... Saturday morning arrived and I ...

Day 4 - Monastaries & Memorials

A travel blog entry by bgill on Nov 07, 2008

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... a short walk to the cemetery which was much better. It was crisp and clean which you would expect. What I didn't expect was to find so many graves of Australian and New Zealand soldiers. It seems they had a big part to play in this battle.

After our time of quiet reflection, we set off on the last stage of the day, the 150 miles to Mersa Matruh. This part of the journey was even more tedious but not as hot with the sun rapidly sinking on ...

Greater love hath no man than this

A travel blog entry by zerns01 on Nov 07, 2008

... was hunting Heather told me to look in a certain section because she had seen a lot of Australian graves there. I went and looked and saw some from the 2/48 so I thought I must be close. I walked between the rows of graves and searched the names but still couldn't find it. I finally saw a row of graves which were marked with the same row number as was on my piece of paper if I took out the roman numerals. I looked along the row and finally came to the ...