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Travel Guide of Egypt

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Religion

Egypt is mostly Muslim. They are mostly Muslim Sunni. Which is just a different belief in religious leader. Hear are some religios rules you don't want to break. Don't use your left hand. It is the hand of hygiene in Islam. Another one is don't express emotion in public. Don't eat during daylight hours if you go during the month of Ramadan. Don't drink alcohol unless your adviser says you can. On July 23rd is Nation Day which is Holiday in Egypt.

Egyptian Clothing

Men's clothing isn't really a big deal. Maybe shorts and a t-shirt. Women clothing is more complicated. Usually a skirt before the knees and a sleeved shirt. One important thing is that you are not allowed to wear sunglasses indoors.
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Sight Seeing

Some cool sights to see in Egypt are the Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx. Medieval Cairo is a popular site. The most brilliant out of all of them is the Temples of Karnak. The Pyramids are massive structures that was where they buried the pharaoh. Midieval Cairo is magnificent, it is Cairo from midieval times. The Temples of Karnak is the greatest thing I've ever seen. It is a massive temple carved into a mountain side.
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Foods

Some foods to eat in Egypt. Gibna domiati This is a soft cheese that comes from the north of Egypt and it is rather delicious. You can easily add it to a number of different dishes to add some extra flavor as it is rather versatile and it is certainly something that you are going to find in most Egyptian homes. Another food is konafah which is shredded phyllo dough that is used in the Middle Eastern dessert that is also called konafah.

Prices

Now you may be wondering what is the cost. Well a one way flight is 1,564$ per person. A two stop flight is 1,865$. There are three hotels I recommend. The President Hotel which is 50$ per night, the Grand Pyramids Hotel which is 33$ per night, and the Kempinski Hotel which is 220$ per night. The Kempinski Hotel is the best but it is way more expensive.
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Normal Egyptian Rules

Some rules are don't cross your legs in front of a master or elder. Don't walk alone if your a women. Do not get in a taxi before asking the price. Do not take photos without permission. Egyptian military has private areas that can not be photographed. Do not walk away while someone is speaking to you.