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I am going to be visiting Cairo soon, but have a few concerns. I am a blonde female and I am concerned about the "extra" attention I might receive during my travels there. I would prefer to blend in as much as possible.
I was thinking of dying my hair brown before I go. Do you think I am being extra paranoid or is it a good decision? I also have read that drinking alcohol is frowned apon.
If I am out with my husband in the hotel bar having a few drinks am I going to feel uncomfortable? I would just like Looking for love for fun in Egypt respect their belief system as much as possible, and if they dislike this kind of behavior then I feel maybe I should not drink at all during my visit. What about bathing suits by the pool?
Is it appropriate to wear a bikini, or is the recommendation to still cover up? Thanks for your help! No need to dye hair brown the hotel Looking for love for fun in Egypt water isn't going to do it a lot of good anyway.
Dress modestly and you won't Looking for love for fun in Egypt undue attention blonde or otherwise. Shorts and tee shirts fine but not the type borrowed from Kylie Minogue. Just show a little respect for the local ladies and don't 'display all your wares on the table' and you'll be fine.
Don't wear shorts in mosques or evening restaurants. Bikini absolutely fine by the pool but not topless in Cairothat's more acceptable on the red sea though. Anywhere that sells alcohol expects you to drink it - male or female makes no difference - who wants a teatotal holiday.
Can't comment on the hotels, we stayed in Le Meridien Pyramids - fabulous pool. Thanks so much for you response. I really appreciate your help and kindness. Can't wait to be there! I had the same question as you as far as the First Residence vs. Nile Plaza Four Seasons Lindychick, while I love that fact that you respect the Egyptian culture so much and wish to try to "blend in", that fact that you're even considering dying your hair made me smile!
I'm exaggerating really, but there are several things about non-Egyptians that set them apart from locals, no matter how they look Even if you dyed your hair black, put Looking for love for fun in Egypt dark contact lenses and donned a "higab" traditional veil you would still be instantly recognizable as a foreigner!
Truthfully, you shouldn't be concerned. If you're going to be visiting the main tourist sites, getting in and out of buses, on and off cruise boats, etc, you'll hardly cause a stir among the natives who are used to Looking for love for fun in Egypt of tourists year round at all the major sites. You may however attract more attention if you go off the beaten tourist track, as I have found myself. In Luxor or at the pyramids I'm just one of the masses, but walking in non-touristy areas I sometimes get stared at like I've just descended from a large shiny space ship The bottom line is, Egyptian people are curious and friendly by nature, and if they see foreigners they are usually dying to meet them and talk to them - it's the language barrier that reduces the majority to staring or giggling only As for your question Looking for love for fun in Egypt appropriate clothing, there have been several threads about this on this forum in recent months.
Look at these for example:. On the subject of the Four Seasons First Residence vs. Nile Plaza, again there have been several discussions on this forum on the subject. For example, look here:. Finally, your question about alcohol. Don't worry, you can feel totally comfortable drinking alcoholic beverages anywhere in Egyptwith the possible exception of walking down the street perhaps!
While it's true that many Egyptians Muslims and Christians do not drink alcohol as it conflicts with their deep-seated religious beliefs, just as many indulge on certain occasions! You will see Egyptians in restaurants, bars, nightclubs and discos, some drinking, some not. It's a matter of personal choice. Certainly you as a tourist will not be ostracized if anyone sees you drinking, in fact most people expect ALL foreigners to drink - lol!
A word of caution though, while no-one will mind in the least bit you drinking in moderation, public drunkenness i.
Please don't worry and start looking forward to your holiday instead! If you are still concerned about certain aspects of your trip to Egypt, particularly the cultural differences, I'd like to suggest a little light reading for you on the plane It gives a fascinating and accurate insight into the Egyptian culture from a foreign resident's perspective, including invaluable information about daily life and traditions, social interaction, cultural quirks, valuable tips on appropriate dress and behaviour, what to take if you're invited to someone's home, how to keep one step ahead of taxi drivers etc, etc.
Even knowing as much as I already did about the culture before moving here, I found this book invaluable, so it's even more useful for a first time visitor!
We didnt have a single negative encounter Some of the most generous, and kindest people I have ever been graced with I am afraid I have to disagree with the post that says it's ok to wear shorts. My adviceand I lived in Cairo for 2 years, is to always wear pants and a tunic covering your arms. It can still look attractive, fashionable and people will appreciate your modesty and respect you. I have certainly found in Adult chat rooms guys that I am treated with far more respect the more I cover up.
I would recommend loose clothes that cover at least your elbows, knees and chest. A scarf is useful too. Drinks in the hotel bar, or in restaurants, are fine but as someone says, getting drunk is frowned upon.
A bikini will be fine by the pool or you may feel more comfortable in a one piece suit. I know I do. And a sarong or something for walking round the hotel grounds.
As to whether you can ever look like an Egyptian, a friend of mine from Colombia has lived in London for 20 years went to Egypt and really puzzled them. They kept asking if she was Egyptian. She had the right skin, hair and nose but they weren't quite sure We surely dressed conservatively in respect of the local culture. We did not visit the pools, etc Egypt is like a second home As a side, we learned a little Egyptian Arabic which made a big difference to some people This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.
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