Tag: Advices

Things to do in Sharm el Sheikh

Sharm el Sheikh is Egypt’s oldest and most popular holiday resort. Its fantastic weather attracts visitors from Europe and the rest of the world all year round. During the day, holiday makers relax on the beaches or by the pool and at night, Sharm Old Town and Naama Bay come to life with plenty of […]

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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is a beautiful holiday destination with a variety of dive sites for the adventurous person on holiday. Below, you’ll find some of the top dive spots in the area. Jackson Reef If beautiful coral reefs and interesting marine life are what you are after, then the Jackson Reef will be right up […]

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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

The secret to finding time to exercise (if you’re truly busy and not simply making excuses) is this: learn how to recognize and convert your otherwise wasted minutes into exercise opportunities. Excessive sitting is an unhealthy working condition common today, whether you work from home or travel to an office. Our need for exercise has […]

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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to […]

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We all know that beauty is in the eye  of the beholder. And while that’s a lovely sentiment, it makes buying cosmetic Christmas gifts a particularly daunting task. All those colours, textures and permutations may be great if you have an hour or two to kill in the labyrinthine beauty halls of department stores and […]

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Now about that extra flub. Social networks have been buzzing with talk of the “inevitable” weight gain. “We haven’t yet lost the kilograms we piled on during the previous curfew, so watch out!” Dr Ehab Salama, obesity and underweight treatment consultant says that stress and anxiety, topped by an early curfew, are the easiest way […]

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As stress and anxiety mount, people get depressed and sleep deprived. Top that with a curfew and you have the shortest path to piling on extra weight! Ahram Online talks to experts about ways to counter the stress, lower anxiety levels, improve your sleep in times of distress – and avoid the inevitable extra kilograms that […]

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As stress and anxiety mount, people get depressed and sleep deprived. Top that with a curfew and you have the shortest path to piling on extra weight! Talking to experts about ways to counter the stress, lower anxiety levels, improve your sleep in times of distress – and avoid the inevitable extra kilograms that come […]

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Written By: Alison Pavitt ( Delta Sharm Kids Club ) For first time mum’s motherhood can be very daunting. One minute you are pregnant thenext minute you are in charge of a live baby who is solely dependant upon you. A newborn baby can sometimes take time to settle into a routine and you as […]

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Everywhere you go there are grumpy people and there are the smiling ones. One of the best and most fascinating things I found in Egypt is that smiling people come in large numbers. Even after the revolution, some of them just can’t stop smiling (not that we would want them to, anyway). I would like […]

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