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Saturday, 05 July 2008

Enchanting Yemen: A Country Largely Untouched by Tourism - Page 4

Written by Lies Ouwerkerk
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"I taught myself as a kid," explains our trekking guide Abdullah, when we prudently inquire about his credentials in the face of a steep mountain ahead of us. "I tried this stone, and that rock, and every time I ventured a little bit farther. By now, I know that mountain inside out." Abdullah’s self-taught approach exemplifies Yemen’s response to its slowly growing tourist industry.

WHERE TO STAY IN THE OLD CITY OF SANA'A:Enchanting Yemen: A County Largely Untouched by Tourism, Manakha, Yemen's capital, Sana'a, Haraz Mountains, travel Yemen, tourism Yemen, Yemen sights, ancient cities, Taiz, Ibb, Jibla, Kaukaban, Thula, Marib, Socotra, Queen Arwa mosque, Al-Mukalla, Hadhramaut and Doan wadis,  Shibam, Gulf of Aden, Middle Eastern travel, Arabia Felix, Lies Ouwerkerk

- Burj Al Salam. Prices start at $59 for a comfortable single room with a bathroom.

www.burjalsalam.com

Tel. 967-1-483-333

- Arabia Felix Hotel. Prices start at $22 for a clean and simple single room with a bathroom.

http://arabiafelix.free.fr

Tel. 967-1-287-330

- Dawood Hotel. Prices start at $20 for a basic single with a shared bathroom.

Tel. 967-1-287-270

WHERE TO STAY IN THE MANAKHA AREA:

- Funduq Aqil. Rates start at $20 for a basic single room with a bathroom, plus a lavish dinner with dance and music. Treks ranging from half a day to a week can be arranged through the funduq.

Tel. 967-1-460-124

Breakfast is always included in Yemeni hotels.

©Lies Ouwerkerk

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