Siwa Villa

Address: Shali, Siwa, Egypt | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Shali, Siwa.
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      Siwa is quiet on Friday

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

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      ... room using the internet and updating the blog. Bill joined me for a while and then headed to the room to watch bad English movies on our tiny TV.

      We met Hanny and Mohammed at 6:00, but Khalid was unable to join us as he was having car troubles. Could this be the curse of Tutankhamen following us?? So, Mohammed Ali joined us to guide us to the Island.

      It was a short drive to the island, but maybe it is an peninsula? I don't recall crossing ...

      Don't Leave Anyone Behind in the Desert!

      A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Apr 10, 2012

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      Travel day today to our last oasis at Siwa. I was excited to arrive here as I had been hearing good things about the town. It is definitely the nicest of the three desert towns we have stayed in. Since Siwa is so close to the Libyan border, about 40km away, it is quite a process to travel from Bahariya there. In addition to getting permissions from the police office, there are 8 checkpoints along the way we had to stop ...

      The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

      A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... DC. By early morning the bus might be more aptly considering an ice tray with each passenger a cube. None of us has a room booked and we absent-mindfully agree to be taken to the Palm Tree Hotel, which I recall didn't get good reviews, but neither did other budget places, so I didn't oppose. Frances and I decide to split a double with private bathroom, which we quickly learned didn't have electricity and water pressure a little better than ...

      This is more like it

      A travel blog entry by bdsearle on Nov 27, 2010

      ... 110km/hr on the "road" and about 90km/hr on the desert. To describe this journey as bumpy is a massive understatement. I headbutted the rough too many times to count and was well and truly relieved that the roll bar next to my head had padding. The 4WD's were a little older than ancient. I have a photo of the odometer reading 904,000km and it was best not to consider how much faith we had in these vehicles considering we ...

      Siwa Oasis!

      A travel blog entry by mjs265 on Aug 07, 2010

      23 photos

      ... to see the official tourist route, so we just explored ourselves, and found a large tomb that we went into.

      Afterwards, we went to the Temple of Amun (Temple of the Oracle), which is a white stone temple on a hill, surrounded by mud-brick structures. The view from the temple is amazing, as it overlooks the Siwa Oasis, the Sahara Desert, and the Salt Lake. Supposedly, this was where Alexander the Great was told that he was the son of the the sun god ...