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Régions en Egypt
Région/Etat: Région/Etat:
Ad Daqahliyah49 As Suways2
Al Bahr al Ahmar55 Ash Sharqiyah47
Al Buhayrah11 Aswan17
Al Fayyum9 Asyut14
Al Gharbiyah34 Bani Suwayf4
Al Iskandariyah240 Bur Sa'id20
Al Isma'iliyah20 Dimyat6
Al Jizah216 Janub Sina'27
Al Minufiyah25 Kafr ash Shaykh6
Al Minya7 Matruh7
Al Qahirah1096 Qina11
Al Qalyubiyah16 Shamal Sina'5
Al Uqsur30 Suhaj7
Al Wadi al Jadid3
Informations sur Egypt
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Neighboring countries: Palestine, Israel, Libya, Sudan

Orlando2x : I like to meet people all around the world, I was working before as exchange officer for Egypt so i was responsible to organize a full program for the foreigner students (accommodation, transportation, trips, social programs, parties, training) that why I had a good experience and connections here in Egypt and outside it., Also I was the founder and chairperson of many international conferences and seminars .I enjoyed this kind of activities so much. Don't hesitate to contact me if you need any help

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juliand1 Hi, I'll be in Cairo 24th to 26th September and then I'll make my way to Luxor/Aswan, returning by the Friday after, 1-3 October. I'll have the weekend in Cairo before flyng back to London on Monday the 4th.
I love photograpy, people and culture. I studied anthropology and speak Italian, French and a even some Spanish/Portuguese. Art, history and antiquities are other interests of mine.
I'd love to meet up with anyone who shares these interests or is Egyptian (or has lived there for a while) and can giveme an insight into the life of the city and country.
Ciao, Julian

deepak1283 Hi All, This is Deepak (24 yrs) from India, and I shall be CAIRO and making a back-packing travel across places such as ASWAN, ABU-SIMBEL, SHARM, LUXOR and HURGHUDA for 12 days from 20th Dec,2006 till 2nd Jan 2007.
I am working as a Software proffesional, trekking, travelling and photography are my passions, along with the zest to learn about different cultures.
I'd love to meet up with anyone who shares these interests or is Egyptian (or has lived there for a while) and can giveme an insight into the life of the city and country.
Further if they could help me with my itenary or provide accomodation in between I would be really grateful
Please do visit my profile and let me know. Expecting the generous people of Egypt to help me out. :) Thanks in Advance

Want more guests! becool2020
becool2020 Just drop me a msg, now I have free time so I will help u for sure.

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Edited by: becool2020 on 30.12.2007 zizo on 14.04.2007 orlando2x on 22.01.2007 deepak1283 on 08.12.2006 circles on 26.06.2006 gardke on 17.05.2006 juliand1 on 09.09.2004

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veit wrote:

Radebeul: the town itself is pleasant with Europe's northernmost wine hills, and a lot of old villas, one of them turned into the Karl-May-Museum - Germany's most popular travel/adventure writer lived in Radebeul. Dresden is a tram-ride away, it's probably the most interesting tourist destination in East Germany after Berlin, it's a beautiful and lively city. Moritzburg Castle, which you will find in all "Germany's castles" books ;-) is 10 minutes by car. Meissen with a gorgeous old town and the beautiful mountains of "Saxon Switzerland" are also very close. If you have even more energy - Prague, Berlin and Leipzig can all be reached in two hours.

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