Qasr Al-Haj Granary (Libya) Reviews
Newest Review: ... guide telling us we were passing through a village that's allegedly in the Guinness (some irony in an alcohol free land) Book of World Records for recording the highest ever temperatures which was a little hard to believe since the weather was decidedly grey and drizzly outside. Greenierexyboy claims he knows the name of that village but I've not yet called his bluff to find out if it's true. ~You Woke me for WHAT?~ Due to my tendency to snooze and my mistake of neither buying a guide book nor printing off the tour itinerary, a lot of things on this trip did rather sneak up on me unexpectedly. As my husband shook me awake a couple of mi... more
Customer Qasr Al-Haj Granary (Libya) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
On the first full day of our holiday in Libya we spent the morning at the National Museum, had lunch in the souk and then met up with the rest of our tour group to start our exploration of Libya. Our main bus had been despatched to drive to Benghazi and meet us there the next day so we were loaned a spare bus, almost entirely indistinguishable from the first one except for the presence of a slightly different driver. We also at this point acquired our 'Security Man'. It was a mystery throughout our trip why we needed 'Mohammed the Security Man' and we were never sure whether he was there to protect us from Libya or to protect Libya from us. He didn't give the impression . Read the complete review
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