Obviously, you will be given more than a few opportunities to get that long coveted camel ride in Hurghada, if that is your desire.
These can range from a ten minute walk around the parking lot up to a full day tour out in the desert.
Here a young girl awaits a fare somewhere out in the Eastern Desert...
The dilemma is how to cook the pita bread out here in the desert, as there is not much in the way of usable flammable material.
The solution should be obvious: Camel Dung. It is actually quite a rich source of energy. (lots and lots of BTU's per KG)
Try it. Actually bread cooked in this manner doesn't taste bad at all... (Quite fresh...)
AS I HAD ONLY SMALL TIME I HAD NO TIME TO VISIT ANY OF THE FAMOUS HISTORICAL SITES WHICH I WILL SEE ANOTHER TIME AND SHOULD BE A MUST FOR VISIT IN EGYPT..
BUT A JEEP SAFARI WITH CAMEL-RIDE TO THE DESERT IS ABSOLUT RECOMMENDABLE
Fondest memory: ALSO HURGHADA IS VERY TOURISTIC, THE ORIGINAL PEOPLE ARE STILL VERY CONSERVATIVE-ISLAMIC..LIVE IN A MENS WORLD..MEN DO ALL WORK FOR TOURISTS, WOMEN ARE KEPT IN BACKSIDE..BUT EGYPTIAN MEN ARE ALWAYS VERY INTERESTED IN FOREIGN LADIES..