September 19th, 2007 – by: czerw_kapturek
You can't be bored in Sharm. Although it is a place built only for tourist, there are so many things and occasion to do. There are so many beautiful coral reefs, sun is shining so intensive and tradesmen shout so loud. It is only 15 min to Naama Bay
, the shopping district and another 15 min to Old Sharm Market, the real Egiptian street market, where you can buy everything: papiruses, fruits, little cat's and faraon's stautues, musicial instruments, scarfs, perfumes, jewellery, food... Just everything. I took part in safari, rode on a camel, went to the Dżabal Musa (Synai) - 2285 m., visited the St. Catherina's Monastery, ate with Beduins, drunk a traditional arabic tea in small glasses and haggled. Effectively.
All these things during the Ramadan, when Islamic people couldn't eat, drink (even water), smoke and use the stimulants from dawn to dusk.