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... was harassing me. But it all worked out in the end and we also met a lot of locals who were lovely. Because we got to visit all of the main sights we saw the incredible amount of infrastructure that Egypt has built up for tourists—hotels, large cruise ships, tourist factories etc. At the moment most of these are empty and some giant cruise ships were sailing with just 15 people. The result is that people here are really hurting. The sentiment we heard again and again is that ...
Sharm el Sheikh is the travel destination for the international set. It is what Bali is to Australians. No Aussies but lots of Russians, Germans, English and every other nationality within a 5 hour flight radius.
We spent the day before battling Cairo traffic to the airport and then flying here. (1 hour flight). Shorter than the ride to the airport in Cairo.
Sharm el-Sheikh is situated on the ...
... all built in a similar manner so it looks like little towns dotted along the seafront. So, as I sit on the balcony typing, I am very content.
However - always a however - it is 730am or so and already the still, thick air has reached high 20s so I fear that my pale little Scotsman is going to feel rather repressed by the heat. I guess he will still enjoy waving down to me on the beach from our air conditioned room.
... flowing pants I just
bought and my sheer shawl. This is rather difficult while trying to
not touch, anything. Including the floor.
Out I go. Karina said that she would
have someone waiting for me. So, I figured that the fact that there
wasn't meant that I was on glue. Of course all of the payphones
require you to have a phone card – which I forgot since the last
time I was in Egypt. Useless.
However, now armed with nice clothes,
... goggles. We spotted Nemo and Dori who also go by the name of Clown Fish as ell as Regal Tang and a host of others which made it all worth it. It felt like I was in a massive tropical fish tank.
The guys hung up the two hammocks and we spent most of the day in them between swimming, eating and reading. It was idyllic. Our only source of drinking water was a tap at ...