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An American Responds: Is Egypt’s Dahab Safe?

An American Responds: Is Egypt’s Dahab Safe?

Is Dahab save? | Interview Katie | CoworkInn Dahab [HD]Is Dahab, Egypt safe? Katie, who is living here in Dahab, tells her story and answers the most important question at the moment…<3 Thank you Katie from the Sinai Kiters <3 Dahab South Sinai – دهب جنوب سيناء Ägypten EGYPTAIR

Posted by CoworkInn Dahab on Thursday, April 7, 2016

With the recent Russian airplane crash in Egypt’s Sinai and a string of terror attacks, largely targeting security forces, across Egypt, one question many have asked is whether Egypt is safe to visit.

While different people will provide different answers, one American living in Dahab decided to tell her story and answer that nagging question of whether Dahab, a resort town located along the Red Sea, is safe.

“If you are adventurous, if you are a true nomad and a discoverer of the world, then you will come to see with your own eyes that it is a place of beauty, serenity, community, love, all-inclusive experience and enjoyment,” says Katie in the video.

“All of this really fills your heart and fills your soul and makes you forget about that worry of if it’s safe or not.”

Watch the video above and let us know whether you agree with Katie.

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