Egypt Works on Destination Marketing -- Grassroots Style

Although he is studying American Sign Language (ASL) just up the road from me here in the San Francisco By Area I have still not been fortunate enough to meet Maged Nabawy who I have been corresponding with for years. Maged has specialized in tours for Deaf travelers. Now Egypt, like Thailand post-tsunami, is putting out the welcome mat to invite tourists to return.




 
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