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Camel riding in the Red Sea desert

Top 10 Things to do on Holiday in Egypt

We’ve listed the ten best things to see and do on your Egypt holiday, including camel rides, tour guides, pharaohs and best places to dive…

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Trees, Toilets and Electric Tables: World’s Strangest Bars

The bar that claims to be the highest place to order a round of drinks in the world celebrated its first anniversary this week, causing us to consider some of the other odd watering-holes around the globe. The rooftop Ozone bar is located at Hong Kong’s Ritz-Carlton, some 490 metres above sea level. It is [...]

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Red Sea Holidays for Budget Getaways in 2011

With many holidaymakers heading to Spain and its various islands this summer, there are some great deals to be had on Egypt holidays.

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Sharm El Sheikh and Red Sea Area

The Foreign Office continue to advise against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Suez. There is a curfew being imposed in these areas, however this is not being enforced in the Red Sea Resort area, including both Sharm El Sheikh and Hurgada, where the situation remains calm and the resorts are operating [...]

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Sharm Shark Attack

Water Excursions Cancelled The recent shark attacks on tourists who have been enjoying the warm shores of Sharm el Sheikh have caused a closure of various water sports in the Red Sea as well as surrounding beaches. Attempts to rid the waters of the invading sharks seemed to be a success after two were captured [...]

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From Snow to Sharks!

Two Ends of the Spectrum The severe snowfall throughout the UK has caused all sorts of problems with various forms of transport. Domestic rail companies have had to reduce services as a result of poor weather, which is affecting commuters. Again, there are many airports closing for safety reasons. With all of the UK’s airports [...]

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