Tourists in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh have continued their diving holidays despite the plane crash into the Red Sea (sn reported).
Manager of one of the diving centres in Sharm el-Sheikh, Jusienka Leligdowicz, said: "We are fully booked today." Leligdowicz has found body parts near the crash site. She said: "I'm glad they shut Na'ama Bay. I don't want my clients to see that."
"This could happen anywhere. We're not put off. You have to carry on with life," said one British tourist, although he did add that he hoped not to find any body parts.