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Hurghada, Egypt
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-22 07:49:02 (via www.utata.org)
No more than a fishing village fifteen years ago, Hurghada is now a city of forty thousand, whose big bang growth is attributable to just one thing: tourism. Although you may be annoyed by honking taxi drivers, sleazy date-seekers and insistent souvenir vendors, just a wider view on the beauties of Hurghada makes you forever love it!
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Submitted by cleo on 2007-02-23 03:51:39
What a perfect way of avoiding the noise of a city, the nagging vendors and all the clamor that comes with it.

Great article!
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-25 10:07:55
you have no idea haw beautiful is this town.... you can do many wonderful things there and the sea is amazing all the year.. you`ll enjoy it soooo faaarr.. i guarantee that..
Mona
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-05-05 03:56:56
i liked the article)
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Submitted by kristain77 on 2010-05-14 01:39:25
Hurghada is a use townspeople on the Red Sea Shore of Empire. On the Comedienne array of the Red sea, Hurghada turn (mainly since the earliest 1990) much fashionable with Asia European and Russian tourists. Beingness a contemporary townsfolk, Hurghada lacks any humanities or noteworthy sites, but is expedient for its boat and air connections to the quietus of the region. Coral reefs can be initiate offshore, but compared to the Sinai, they are flyblown and of mean attribute. The townsfolk itself comprises almost completely of colossal all inclusive resorts overlooking the beaches.
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