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Andrew LaityEgypt The Vacation HotspotJune 9 2000Egypt to many is considered the location to go to if youre looking for a fantastic vacation Egypt is a great place to visit no matter what age as its offers fun and excitement for anybody Its a vacation thats guaranteed to bring lifelong memories Who could forget looking at a Sphinx made in 2500 BC or taking pictures of the Nile or even taking a camel ride across the dessert A tourist can potentially do all of these things and still make back to their accommodation for dinerEgypt lies in the northeast corner of the African continent at the where Africa and Asia meet Egypt has an area of 386 900 square miles roughly the size of Texas and California together It has four main regions the Nile and Delta Valleys the Western and Eastern Deserts and the Sinai Peninsula which has been occupied by Israel since 1967 The Western desert itself is part of the great Sahara and covers about two thirds of Egypt which is about 600 feet above sea level However the heart and core of Egypt is for sure the Nile The Nile at some points span 14 miles wide and cuts through the desert for 750 miles from the Sudanese frontier to CairoEating to the people of Egypt is like a social event The people usually have a quick lunch consisting of a sandwich filled with sliced lamb However Cairo Egypt is the place were real dining takes place as the food is prepared with great care A typical meal starts with an assortment of the following smoked sardines stuffed eggs rich chopped meats and tiny delicate rolls The Egyptians usually eat a great deal of rice and seafood They also love highly seasoned foods and use a variety of spices in preparation of most meat and fish dishesEgypts climate is drastically different than the climate that we are in as it consists
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