Vacancy for Private German Teacher in Hurghada, Egypt

Posted 10 November 2014:

The General Manager of a luxury hotel in Hurghada, Egypt, is looking for a female German teacher for his two children, aged 6 and 12. They attend the German School nearby and speak English, Greek and Arabic.

The teacher would be given accommodation in the hotel and flights, along with 2,000 – 2,500 Euros tax free a month.

For more information about this position, please send me a note at and I will pass your inquiry over to the source, Sharon H. on LinkedIn.

Reflecting on Leipzig while looking at Cairo

What is happening in Egypt right now on 11211 does remind me a lot of the jarring times in East Germany before the collapse of the socialistic regime in 1989.

Back then, I had great admiration for people who would take to the streets when it just had been a few months since the deadly revolt at Tian’anmen Square.

The Nicolai Church in Leipzig, with its undistinguished façade, was the center stage during the demonstrations that helped bring down the Communist regime.

Every Monday, for months before the government collapsed, thousands of citizens gathered in front of the church chanting, Wir sind das Volk (We are the people). The citizens risked imprisonment, persecution and their lives. In the end, their vision initiated the peaceful revolution of 1989.

My thanks and appreciation go to the residents in and around Leipzig, who had marched for all of us.

I look at Egypt and hope for the same ending. Many more peaceful acts are needed to complete this road to liberty.

Facts: With more than 80 million residents, Egypt is the biggest country of the Arab world with 40% of its people living in poverty.

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