Vacation in Egypt. A lot has already been written about Egypt everyone who has visited this fascinating country would like to tell, at least part of what he saw in the deserts, cities, villages, hotels, the sea or just on the streets.
Egypt for many is a paradise, this corner of the earth where they feel, great, because there is everything they want and want to see ? beautiful beaches, coral reefs, hookah, high temperatures and tranquility in hotel rooms as well as in the hotels themselves.
However, Egypt is a country of extremes, on the one hand we see beautiful hotels, beautiful by the hotel sidewalks, pools and roads, on the other hand we see only poverty, filth and poverty. Not everyone is so lucky to get a job in a hotel, whether as a cleaner or as a receptionist. Most of the people who work in hotels are people from small villages who come to tourist destinations to work, often work for lousy money and send most of it anyway to families who would not survive without this help. Only from talking to the workers can you form a true picture of what their lives are like and how many things they have had to give up.
Spending vacations in Egypt you can see that one of the favorite words of Egyptians is the word ” baksheesh ” – it’s a tip that you have to give, or at least you should give, because it is ingrained in Egyptian culture, as something normal and so baksheesh can be given to the shopkeeper to pack our purchases, to the cleaner to clean the room nicer, to the owner of the camel for allowing us to take a picture with the camel. Evidently, one can see that their lives are reduced to asking for money to improve their own existence. Despite the harsh living conditions and hard work, Egyptians manage as a nation, they are hard-working, able to take care of their rights ? a perfect example is the revolution that took place in 2011. Despite the few drawbacks mentioned above, Egypt continues to be a kind of tourist center for a large number of Poles who go there to rest, relax and get away from their lives.