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Sharm el Sheikh

sharm; for the rich

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sharm is a good place but the accomodation, travellin , transportation is all very difficult to get and very expensive. the beaches are all closed and u have to pay to use them cmon we r backpackers we aint got money to feed ourselves how come we come up with the money!! sharm city is a good place where there are lots of eateries i really liked one its the most famous of them and its got amazin sheesh kebab and hibiscus juice.besides the sharm bazar is up every day where you can get a lot of things at great bargain.

anyways didnt meet a lot of young people there most of the old and well to do ppl come here although it gets very hot indeed and without sun block u get big sunburn. my whole skin came off!!

but still the experience was good but not worth the dough.

Posted by sulemaniya 26.07.2007 00:11 Archived in Egypt Tagged backpacking

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