Sharm El Sheikh: Actualize Your Fantasy With Exotic Escorts
The Egyptian city is well-known for its long history of hosting international peace negotiations. It is situated on the picturesque Sinai Peninsula, which extends into the Red Sea.
From its beginning as a fishing community, Sharm El Sheikh is now a major tourist hub receiving more than 10 million visitors annually. Talk about the business potential!
Sharm El Sheikh is located on the Sinai Peninsula’s tip and is home to swanky neighborhoods such as the Naama Bay neighborhood, jagged hills rising from the desert, and miles of white sandy beaches. The warm winter weather compliments the eco-friendly city which has electric buses and vans for public transport.
‘‘Sharm is the place to come to when you want to escape the pressure of life in Cairo for a few days. It is also quite affordable. Many Egyptian budget travelers come here for vacation throughout the year,’’ explains Arafat, a resident of Cairo.
“With as little as $500 (Ksh 60000),” Arafat says, “one can obtain a half-board booking into a hotel for a week.”
No sheds and no temporary roadside structures since all businesses are in permanent buildings. In shopping areas, motorists are prohibited as the streets are only for pedestrians.
The majority of visitors to the city are Italians, Spaniards, Britons, French, Russians, Americans, and Ukrainians. They see Sharm as a viable alternative to the major tourist destinations nearby like Ibiza in Spain, Crete, and Athens in Greece, Malta and Cyprus, and Ephesus in Turkey.
The city has a thriving forex business and you can trade using US dollars, Swiss francs, Euros, and Sterling Pounds besides the local currency, the Egyptian Pound.
Security in Sharm El Sheikh is not a problem since there are police stations located 200m away from each other.