Friday, 5 July 2013

Egyptian tourism after the coup - Telegraph

Egyptian tourism after the coup - Telegraph: Justin Wateridge, managing director of Steppes Travel, said: “Trouble is localised. It is possible to fly into and out of Luxor and avoid the crowds of Cairo and have Egypt to yourself.”...Following the February 2011 downfall of President Mubarak, we were urged to visit Egypt – not just for its wonders but also to show solidarity with the people. When that call comes again I, for one, will be heeding it.


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