I will be in Sharm El Sheikh at 10-15 august. i need your advices about Sharm El Sheikh.
- what is the diving's average prices in Sharm ? do u advice any diving tour company?
- what are safari's tours average prices in sharm? do u advice anysafari tours company.
- Which is the best night club in Sharm ?
- which is the best way for transfer from airport to naama bay?
İf you have some questions about istanbul, i am pleasure answer you
Thanks a lot
Not too extravagant! Please :) I do have a budget...Where would you all recommend I stay? Some place decent, something to basically get the gist of the country or the city itself...I am traveling for 4-5 days and the main focus is "ofcourse" the pyramids and the african safari for my 6yr old...
I really would love to go to Egypt for some sun and history. Only problem as a single woman it's quite uncomfortable and too much hassle.
Would like to meet similar, honest, person to go and relax with and enjoy what egypt has to offer. Not into clubbing/parting, but drinking and eating and swimming and History, GREAT.
Please contact me if interested.
Thinking of Sharm, staying at Blue Oasis Bay hotel, all inc. Beautiful, chilled out, place.
Thank-you for your time.
I am planning to travel to Egypt in either August or September of this year. I have friends that live in Egypt that are native Egyptians and therefore would be staying and visiting all of the sites with them. Do you think it is safe for me, an American female, to travel to Egypt this summer? I think I will be perfectly fine and in good hands, however, my parents are extremely concerned and are trying to convince me to postpone my trip.
Hello, I am making plans to travel to egypt in August 2013 with my 6 yr old son! I was just doing a bit research on where to go and what to do and all of a sudden I am enundated with extreme negative news on how not safe is it for tourists. Is it true? should I be concerned about my trip to eqypt? or are things more exagerated than they should be. If I was traveling alone I wouldn't care but I am concerned for the well fare of my son. Any comments or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
We plan to arrive in Kom Ombo around noon by train. Then visit the temple, I guess that takes a few hours, and then we want to continue our journey to Aswan. But the next train is at 20.30 in the evening, which is a little too late. So is there some other way to get to Aswan some time in the afternoon, 4-5-6pm, like public buses stopping there or even a taxi and how much should we expect to pay?
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