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Saturday, 5 February 2011

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The Mubarak Sphinx & Pyramid

The Egyptian Government, keen to get a return of the Tourist business underway, are advertising the new sites which tourists can visit.

First and foremost will be the ancient Mubarak Pyramid and Sphinx - the oldest standing structures in modern Egypt. These edifices, built with the aid of the great American dollar, have survived the elements for many years. It is thought a multitude of dead bodies lie entombed within these noble structures.

Next tourists will be sent on guided tours of the central Square in Cairo - with exciting camel rides a big attraction. Invigorating games between rival teams will be arranged for tourists to enjoy in the square. There will also be competitions in the latest Olympic event - stone throwing.

The excitement of seeing Army tanks will be a feature in attracting children to Egypt. Children will get a chance to ride in one of these tanks and can fire shots into the air as an added bonus.

The songs and dances of the joyful Egyptian people will entertain you. Trips on the Suez Canal will be organised, with the canal being especially cut off at both ends to enable everyone to swim without ships getting in the way.

For the wealthy helicopter trips to view the activities in the central square in Cairo will be available.

A spokesman for the President of Egypt declared weeks of holidays to celebrate the new Tourist Initiative that will put Egypt back on the tourist map.

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