Tempo backs Egypt

  ::Tempo backs Egypt::

Tempo Holidays reports Egypt has been selling particularly well, due in some part to the wholesaler’s continuing agent educational trips to this ancient land.

On a 10-day famil last month, this group was given a comprehensive tour to appreciate the country’s drawcard culture and amazing history.

After Cairo and the pyramids, the Sphinx, Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, the Citadel with the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali, and Khan El Khalili Bazaars the group flew to Aswan where they visited the High Dam, the Temple of Philae and the unfinished Obelis. They sailed to visit the Temple of Kom Ombo and the Horus Temple in Edfu.

At Luxor they saw the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El Deir EL Bahari and Colossi of Memnon, as well as the Karnak and Luxor Temples.

They flew to Sharm El Sheikh to see St. Catherine Monastery, had a day at leisure at Sharm and returned to Cairo.

At the pyramids, (left to right): Back row, Iain Roulston (RAC), Phil Gennauoui (SQ), Sarah Wainwright (Eaglehawk Travel), Suzie Cliff (Townsville Business and Leisure), Lee Bavin (Travel Masters), Vicky Burgess (Southside Travel), Robyn Evans (RACT Travelworld); Front row, Tanya Vernon (BDM WA Tempo Holidays), Sue Okmasich (Phil Hoffman) and Andrew Minto (Jetset)

At Memphis, the first capital of ancient Egypt (left  to right): Back row, Andrew Minto (Jetset), Lee Bavin (Travel Masters), Robyn Evans (RACT Travelworld), Vicky Burgess (Southside Travel), Phil Gennauoui (SQ), Tanya Vernon (BDM WA Tempo Holidays), Suzie Cliff (Townsville Business and Leisure); Front row, Sarah Wainwright (Eaglehawk Travel), Iain Roulston (RAC), Sue Okmasich (Phil Hoffman)

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