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... s current economic distress, and it was just a brief comment to the effect of, “We have peace with Israel for 35 years but things are still not progressing here,” as though there was some belief that a peace treaty should have fixed the economic and structural woes of Egypt by itself. I have to say that I have always enjoyed my time in Egypt, and most of the people have been kind, generous, warm, and competent. They are happy to ...
The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... will set you back almost us$30. I'd read that getting a reasonably priced taxi ride from the airport to the hotel is almost impossible. The taxi drivers in sharm are infamous for bullying foreigners and their starting ask price for the 10min ride to downtown sharm is 300egp. I read online that the lowest possible price is ~30egp but that was before fuel prices spiked here and prices increased across the board. Upon landing, I made a bee line away from the taxi stand to the ...
... the Mediterranean. At the moment we are about 100 miles from Suez and the canal itself is another 100 miles long making us about 200 miles short of the Mediterranean. As this is being written Egypt is visible from the balcony. Last night we had seen both the film and the show was not until 10 pm so we decided to watch a video in our room. The video was a BBC production ‘Civilisation’ by Kenneth Clark. We both fell asleep. Nick woke at 1130 to find the batteries on ...
After a lovely day of vegging by our seaside camp, we headed for St Catherine's Monastery in the Sinai Peninsula.
St Catherine was an early Christian who was executed for her religious beliefs around 300 AD. The monastery was built several hundred years later by Crusaders.
The toughest hike so far was the 3,700 steps to the top of the mountain by St ...