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We were approached by a guy after coming out of our taxi from our hotel. The guy said he recognised us as he worked at our hotel. I now realise he knew which hotel we were from as we were wearing our hotel wrist bands. He said he was coming the town himself to do shopping but was eager to help us as a friend.
We soon realised he was not who he said he was. We managed to eventually get rid of him by being very abrupt and giving him a tip when we entered a restaurant and he expected to come in with us. When I looked around the restaurant I could see other tourists each with an Egyptian mostly chatting on their phones to their friends at the tourists tables eating and drinking at the tourists expense.
It made me very cross although I do understand the Egyptians are mostly very poor and desperate to make us part with our holiday money. So be warned. We also realised after our trip into town and the shops he had taken us to that we had paid a higher price than if we had bargained with the shopkeepers ourselves and we felt cheated. He will most likely try to earn some money from you and make friendship , you also should ve not give him tips because that will encourage people like him to do that with tourists.
Just say thanks and leave politely. This a standard trick to engage tourists. In this case, a little rudeness may be called for. This should be the last resort but it does work. He may not being trying to hurt the OP but he is almost certainly scamming him, not sure that's much better!
The idea is simply to get you talking and in a receptive mood for the inevitable sales pitch. The scams are mostly penny ante but there is a local urban legend about the Japanese tourist who bought Luxor Temple. I saw a similar situation happen in Aswan when our ship docked there as part of a Nile cruise. We had lunch at one of the restaurants on the Cornishe with great views of the Nile.