Yet even if the Egyptian army and rebels were battling in the background, Georgia's Sharm-el-Sheikh-bound tourists would most likely be snorkeling in the Red Sea, smoking the hookah, shopping till they drop and taking pictures. Just call 'em extreme tourists.
Not that the Georgian tourists can really cancel their tour packages. Those Georgians who are having second-thoughts about their booked trips to Egypt face two options: be charged a 30-percent cancellation fee or instead fly to Dubai, tour agencies are saying.
Both places have sand and are kind of similar, right?