Is Egyptian tourism dead for good?
Feb 28, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Foreign Policy
The touts are always tireless in Luxor and Aswan, where tourists have long gone to experience the Nile and the tombs on its western bank, but now there's an edge to their pleas: "We haven't had any work for a month!" There's not a street in Cairo within a mile or two of Tahrir Square that's not lined with vendors hustling Egyptian flags or ...
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