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> Just returned from 3-week trip to Egypt
catherine647
post Jan 14 2012, 02:59 PM
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Hi,

I just returned from Egypt, and am completing my first ever blog. I traveled with my DH and DD. The country has about 1/10th of the tourists it normally has, which makes it wonderful for tourists but not so good for Egyptians.

In my blog, I tried to include information about the places we went, and our experiences. I tried to make it entertaining for readers.

if you are interested, feel free to visit my photoblog at:
[url=http:// http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/cath...647/1/tpod.html]My Trip to Egypt[/url]

Any feedback you have to improve future blogs (be gentle ;-) ) would be appreciated.


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heidiwinner
post Feb 20 2012, 03:51 AM
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Hey Catherine!

I'm happy you liked your trip to Egypt! I love this country so much that I decided to move here a while ago.

I encourage anyone to visit at this time!!!

Check my blog too!!!

Greets!
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catherine647
post Feb 20 2012, 09:23 AM
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Hi Heidi,

Yes, Egypt is a wonderful country. This was my second time there, 24 years after my first visit. My route was similar to the first time, though I saw many new things.

Cairo has gone from 4 to 20 million, Aswan is no longer a sleepy town, and Na'ama Bay is now just a suburb of Sharm el Sheik, but many new places and sites have emerged and become accessible. My daughter is familiar with some of Ancient Egypt, so it really made the country more interesting to her. And of course, Egyptians love children, so we were made to feel welcome wherever we went.


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