Why tours don't include fuel surcharges and why pay for it
The fuel surcharge for the tour surprises and even upsets experienced tourists. Surcharge is often a surprise, because the price of holidays in advertising in most cases is voiced without…

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ALL ABOUT REST WITH CHILDREN IN EGYPT
Holiday with children in Egypt is one of the best types of recreation that you can think of. The resorts of Egypt have the best beaches, a very warm climate,…

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THE MOST KNOWN DREAMS OF CAIRO

Most of the population of Egypt professes the Islamic religion. The mosques of Cairo (and this city is the center of the Arab-Muslim culture of Egypt) are the most outstanding monuments of Egyptian Muslim culture and architecture. No wonder romantic travelers once called Cairo “a city of a thousand minarets.”
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SUETSK CANAL - BORDER BETWEEN TWO MATERICS
The Suez Canal is an artificial sea route in Egypt that separates Eurasia from Africa. For nearly 150 years, it has been used for the shortest transportation of goods from…

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The amazing sights of Nepal: Dakshinkali Temple
Nepalese are very religious. It is believed that most of the population in Nepal professes Hinduism, although in fact the inhabitants of this country have created some kind of mixture…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, the Greek sailors, admiring indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “country…

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Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh, where better?
When they talk about holidays in Egypt, Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, the two largest tourist centers of the country, are most often mentioned. Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh, where better? Both…

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