These people can liberate themselves if they wanted to. It has been proven time and time again throughout history.TomW wrote: It's such a shame these violent extremists can sabotage the hopes and efforts of people.
Not Dahab? I mean because of the safety not the crap wind hahaToby wrote:need to add:
I would only go to Ras Sudr, Soma Bay and El Gouna.
It's kinda bin that way , ever since Oct 6, 1973 ; that was the onset of the Yam Kippur war.Toby wrote: ...
Yes, passing the Suez Canal you have a lot of military.
Very secured area.
That's the sad thing for me... So much potential in Egypt to be a great place to visit.shawn13 wrote:I just flew back from El Gouna yesterday. Was in Phuket the week before (Not so much wind there tho). No issues at the airport in Hurghada or Cairo. The media is making it seem alot worse than it is because only Sharm El Sheik is affected right now.
Wind was great. Rode at both Red Sea Zone and a new place called Element. (Further up wind)
Also, took a day to go to Tawila. Only 5 of us there, it was amazing!
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