I second that, went in 07 to sharm-naama bay great hotel ( the marriot) fantastic weather and good value for money and poss going again oct this year for kids half term.
i was there in 1997 and loved it. However when i was there i wasn't staying at fancy hotels or looking for a place to go clubbing. Rural egypt is where it's at.
only minor mishap was when traveling on a bus in the middle of nowhere and waking up on a bus finding some guy trying to wa nk on my leg!
other than that it wasn't too bad. Easy place to travel... And at the time i was a girl on my own, so much easier for guys.
I was there in 1997 and loved it. However when I was there I wasn't staying at fancy hotels or looking for a place to go clubbing. Rural Egypt is where it's at.
Only minor mishap was when traveling on a bus in the middle of nowhere and waking up on a bus finding some guy trying to wa nk on my leg!
Other than that it wasn't too bad. Easy place to travel... and at the time I was a girl on my own, so much easier for guys.
Your right England does have all that 'n then some - like every other country.. I know what your implying mate (and if your not then you really are a narrow minded, ignorant c**t) but you should look before you leap.. You made an assumption based on my comment and you couldn't be further from the truth
Im half Sri Lankan, my mum was an immigrant to the UK, my missus is Kenyan and about 90% of my friends have non English parents. I love nothing more than going to different countries that have different cultures (I've been to every continent except South America&Antarctica).
I HATE racist/discriminative people.. oh hang on can I post photo's? on this site...
Okay.. Well this is me getting the autograph of a Sri Lankan cricketer.. Shortly after I had watch them beat ENGLAND!
Me and my B*P loving mates....
And as you can see, I can't stand being around any Johnny foreigners... These children live in an orphange in India which was set up and is run by the mum of one of my closest friends (see above picture). I'll tell you this (and im speaking from experience), those kids didn't see me as a white bloke.. They saw me as someone who took some time out to play with them and show them a bit of love and attention, which as an orphan is just a tad bit more important than the colour of someone's skin.
p.s In case your wondering, I know I have white skin! My mother was a light skinned Sri Lankan but I took after my English dad anyway.
thanks for the life story.
but i don't think for a minute olly was implying what u have presumed.