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Hammamet Beach hotels: Top 5

4. January 2011

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Hammamet is among the Africa’s prominent holiday destinations whose scenic medina is the top draw among the tourists. One of the most interesting attractions here is the Hammamet Beach that is known for its myriad of water sports. In fact, the gulf of Hammamet has resulted in many ideal beaches here both in north as well as south, which intermingle with the private beaches of the hotels especially outside the formerly called Sebastian Villa now known as the International Cultural Centre. So, just burst out to thrill with jet-skiing, windsurfing, diving, and water-skiing. I recommend having your own vehicle and go exploring the wilder beaches after the Yasmine Hammamet. In the north and south, the Hammamet Beach hotels can be found, which are mostly affordable by a budget traveler. If you  [...]

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Casablanca vacation : Amazing Experiance

18. November 2010

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Casablanca vacation : Amazing Experiance
Casablanca has a lot to do and loads to see. You would be quite amazed when you actually do come here. the vistas and scenarios here are out of this world and you would not only get to experience the uniqueness and individuality that makes Casablanca what it is today , but you will also get to experience the warmth and hospitality of  what seems to be  one of the coolest places to be in all of morocco .  this place has a lot of mystery and wonder to it. in fact there is so much mystery and wonder that this place is sought for and acclaimed all over the world. so when you travel to this region and have some awesome Casablanca vacation . You also get to see incredible Arabic architecture and sights that make this place quite happenings. When you look at the awesome Arabic architecture , you  [...]

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Sudan tourism - Enjoy the sands

16. November 2010

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Sudan tourism – Enjoy the sands
When you leave the gateway, and enter into Africa,  this seems to be the only way to enter Sudan from Egypt. You could also go by the ferry which is across the Lake Nasser. This happens to be a vast expanse of water which is created around the high dam which is about a kilo meter thick. This dam was built in the sixties.  You will also find lovely glossy tickets  for the ferry here , which were designed as though they are old and rusted, like an antique. This adds to the whole experience of the place. You would have to wait  at the port  until everyone has stowed their luggage in place and found appropriate seats. As the boats pull away at dusk , you will see many passengers who have been called in for prayer over the loudspeaker of the boat.  You would probably be on your way to reach  [...]

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Marrakech Morocco - Old Sightings

2. November 2010

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Marrakech Morocco – Old Sightings
Marrakech City is known as the red city and it is situated in the Beautiful country of Morocco. Marrakech has a lot to see. This happens to be one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world.  When you come to the Central square look quite panoramic. There are huge bazaar and the whole place looks like a Russian painting. Marrakech Morocco is a melting pot of Traditionalism and the hustle and flow of modernism. When you plan to travel to place like Morocco; Marrakech City, you will get a feeling like you have returned to the old world into the time and charm of the Old Arab world. This can be felt quite strongly when you visit the head of the Djemma el Fna. There us a carnival which has an atmosphere which brings in many tourists that are brought into this place from all over the  [...]

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Adventure and fun in the Nile

12. October 2010

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Adventure and fun in the Nile
When you get to do this about ten times, the guide will almost effortlessly steer the raft into the sweet spot. This is where you stay. You should no be too surprised to know that you are suspended smack in the middle of the Nile. And you would most probably get battered by the water that thrashes against the vessel. If you really want to, you could try the boogie boards. Later on you could jump in on your belly when then when you point yourself downstream, you will find that precise current that had you got fixed in clear stream of white water , in the very first place. It is almost like surfing on a wave that never ends. This is probably the best way to end your trip.  Later on you could climb back up on the bus. By now you must be completely exhausted, sunburned with swollen shoulders  [...]

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The Lion in the Middle of the Desert

5. October 2010

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The Lion in the Middle of the Desert
One of the greatest symbolisms of Egyptian cultures is the Pyramid. The Pyramids of Giza were built more than five thousand years ago, and since the time of their creation, they have been wowing people as if no other structure on Earth has managed to. The Pyramids are a symbolism of man's use of science even so long ago, to make architectural and engineering wonders of the kind that the world would not be able to replicate easily, even today. One of the main features that provide a sense of wonder though, besides the pyramids themselves, is the Great Sphinx. The Sphinx, situated in Giza is considered amongst the planet's largest and most magnificently old statues. The Sphinx, is in fact, the resting body of a lion, with the head of a human being. In the local languages of the area, it has been  [...]

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