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End of Daylight Saving Time for Egypt

Posted on Sep 26th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Egypt will be switching back to winter time leaving the Daylight Saving Time.The clocks will be set one hour backward on Friday 26, September at…

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Egypt switching again to Daylight Saving Time after Ramadan

Posted on Jul 30th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Egypt will be switching back to Daylight Saving Time again after Ramadan.The clocks will be set one hour forward on Friday 1, August at 2 AM. The…

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Daylight Saving Time discontinued for Ramadan

Posted on Jun 26th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Daylight saving time discontinued Thursday until end RamadanEgypt's cabinet announced on Tuesday that daylight saving time will be discontinued…

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World Africa Celebration on 13 May at Roman Theatre

Posted on May 8th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

An event to celebrate World Africa Day, will take place at 9 p.m on Tuesday May the 13th at the Roman Theatre in Sharm El Sheikh. Entrance is free of…

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Egypt switching to Daylight Saving time

Posted on May 8th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Egypt will be switching to daylight saving time again after a two year break.The clocks will be set one hour forward from Thursday to Friday on…

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“The end of the world cinema” destroyed

Posted on Apr 26th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

The “End of the world cinema” got international attention after the publication of well-known photographer Kaupo Kikkas. Now, a few months later…

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Carrefour Sunterra Opening

Posted on Mar 29th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

On 22 March 2014 Gen. Khaled Fouds, Governor of South Sinai opened the newest Carrefour branch. Four years after seeing the Express branch opening…

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Fuel cards to be implemented

Posted on Mar 29th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Fuel is highly subsidized in Egypt (current price 1.85 LE/l fuel 92 octane).It is said that the price will go up to 6-8 LE/l. The plans are to…

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Desert Cinema

Posted on Mar 29th, 2014 - By SharmWomen - 1 Comment

 The End of the World Cinema - is the title of the article on Kaupo Kikkos photography bog.His story: "On a sunny day at the very…

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ESMA needs your help!

Posted on Mar 23rd, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

ESMA in Cairo has the opportunity to win a much needed  $5000 simply by helping their sister shelter in the USA win a voting competition.  …

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Sharmers Discover Sinai

Posted on Mar 21st, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Sharmers set out to discover parts of amazing the St. Katherine protectorate. Most people think only  Mount Sinai and the monastery of Saint…

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SharmWomen App One NOW AVAILABLE for free

Posted on Mar 20th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

SharmPRO is proud to announce that SHARM’S NO. 1 website is now also available as app for IPad, IPhone, IPod touch and Android.SummaryOur Sharm…

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Discover the Sinai high mountains AND help rebuild the ancient Bedouin gardens

Posted on Mar 13th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Little known to the outside world, there are hundreds of Bedouin orchards around the town of St. Catherine in South Sinai. The tradition goes back…

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Save the legend Film on 5 October at T2

Posted on Feb 27th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

The Save the Legend Project has been built to ring the alarm bell about the Thistlelgorm's deterioration through a short movie, yet selected in the…

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Lunch at Terrazzina Too

Posted on Feb 27th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Last Sunday we (two persons) set out to try the new lunch offer at Terrazzina Too's. It was a pleasant, sunny day with comfortable temperatures,…

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Greek Orthodox Monastery in El Tur

Posted on Feb 14th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

The St George Monastery, though rather stern and straightforward at first sight is, with its beautiful gardens, an oasis of tranquility and…

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Ownership rights in South Sinai for non-Egyptians

Posted on Feb 4th, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Meeting held at 19:00 Friday 1 February 2013 After there had been a lot of confusion within the Facebook group “Ownership Rights in Sinai” it…

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Rain in Sinai

Posted on Feb 2nd, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

It was raining in the Sinai in the early morning hours of Sunday night. While the rain in Sharm was moderate, other parts saw heavy…

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Just opened: Dar Salam Hostel in Roysat

Posted on Feb 1st, 2013 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

        Dar Salam hostel is the idea of Sharm resident Kris. Kris has been a keen traveler & understands the…

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Sharm Action for Animals needs help

Posted on Sep 26th, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Champagne and wine? These are some of the prizes of the next raffle. Sharm Action for Animals is a group  specifically formed to help the …

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The Evolution of Camel Bar

Posted on Jul 10th, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

        Are you one of the many residents who’s left Sharm El Sheikh to try a new life elsewhere, only to…

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Sharm Action for Animals

Posted on Jul 10th, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

        Friday 13 April was a good day for the street animals of Sharm. An auction with precious vouchers for…

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Sharmer – the controversial society

Posted on Mar 11th, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

      On Friday 9 March the film "Sharmer" was shown as a full length film for the first time at the Kiroseiz Cinema in Naama Bay.  This is a…

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Sharmer – The film

Posted on Mar 4th, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Sharmer is the first documentary film about life, people in Sharm El Sheikh, which is a cosmopolitan touristic city by the Red Sea located in South…

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BIGGER AND BETTER!! Dahab Festival’s second year!

Posted on Mar 3rd, 2012 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

What do Bedouin camel races, chilling windsurfing stunts, photographic fish hunts, trash art and kundalini yoga have in common? They are all part of…

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THE MAD MACHISMO ON THE ROADS

Posted on Dec 29th, 2010 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

By Carmen DoyleApproaching flashing lights amongst a knot of vehicles, I mention to my driver to slow down as it looks as though there has been…

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Sadea’s Bedouin Art

Posted on Apr 20th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Sadea is a young Bedouin woman and a budding talent.Since her youth she likes to paint whatever she sees using all available material, which is…

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1996 FLOOD

Posted on Feb 19th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Rosana SparanoDivers Intl. Sharm el Maya - Nov. 1996 Autumn 1996 it was just another working day at the Divers Intl. Dive Center,  but…

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IMPORTING A CAR

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Heidemarie KlingCorniche - Alexandria You want to listen for about 30 days, every day the words INSHAALAH and BOKRA? Go to a governmental…

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EGYPTIAN MARRIAGE TRADITION

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Christiane BahrPreparing their engagement Theresa & Amgad This article actually was initiated by Osama Anis, living for more than 12…

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PEN’S COLUMN – THREE

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Penny AshleyBack again! Doesn’t time fly when you’re having a good time? Mind you, out here Time is a funny thing. Several times I’ve…

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EL MENOUFIYA STORY

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Pia KurroTrying to find way to somehow systematize my first impressions of the life in El Menoufiya, there are so many, what about by factor…

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PEN’S COLUMN – TWO

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Penny Ashley Hope this finds you all well. Collo tamam. I am trying to learn Arabic but it’s not easy is it? I don’t really want to get…

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PEN’S COLUMN – ONE

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Penny Ashley Welcome to the inane ramblings of a post-menopausal ex pat. Well it’s good to get off on the right foot I always think. A word of…

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PEOPLE CHANGE

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Rasha Hassan No one is the same 100% through his entire life. Events change us,and the flexibility to change is an art we have to learn because…

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A JOURNEY TO THE MOON

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Editor: Maike Munck Translators: Doro Reinecke, Dr. Adel Taher Day 1. Bahariyya We left Cairo at 8 am, to the oasis Bahariyya, 420 km southwest…

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THERE IS NO SPECIAL TIME FOR LOVE

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Rasha HassanIt is hard to advice others on love because this issue is different from one person to another, only love as a topic is the…

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CROSS-CULTURAL RELATIONSHIPS

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

Making a Proper Decision!! (1) by Dr. Ibrahim Yehia Introduction Relationships between foreign females and Egyptian males entail a wide range of…

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TALES OF AN OLD TOURIST

Posted on Feb 18th, 2009 - By SharmWomen - 0 Comments

by Doro Reinecke (orig. published in Mix Magazine Jan. 2006)Naama Bay, 1975 Herbert & Edith Reinecke and friend It is the year 2006 and…

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