Renowned travel agents Tom Chef Travel, in an attempt to salvage the Egyptian tourist season, is offering myriad inducements to the travelling public.
Representative, Sir Gitalong Arsewipe, announced that starting tomorrow a one-week vacation to Cairo will cost only 19 pounds. The price includes airfare, a suite in the Nile Hilton, and an excursion by camel to the Giza plateau and its famous pyramids.
In order to maintain the safety of its clients, Tom Chef will supply everyone with helmets, gas masks, and flak jackets.
During the press conference in London where the announcement was made, a reporter commented that the Nile Hilton is riddled with bullets, that Molotov cocktails have incinerated the kitchen, and that camel dung has transformed the lobby into a malodorous wasteland.
Sir Gitalong replied that Tom Chef would not be charging extra for such picturesque additions.