It was"Like War".
A description of the scene of the explosions in Dahab.
A German doctor, Michael Hartlich, holidaying in Dahab, described how a 10-year-old boy died in his arms.
"It was like war," Mr Hartlich told the AFP news agency, still shocked and upset several hours after the blasts. "I'd never seen anything like it before, a child, a baby, blood everywhere, the smell of burnt skin, of burnt hair."
As investigations continued on Tuesday, dazed holidaymakers mingled with police and media near the scenes of the attacks.
Pools and trails of blood still stained a stretch of Dahab's seaside promenade, the Reuters news agency reported.
"I came outside and saw a person on fire and others with cuts on their head and arms. Some people had lost their fingers or their feet," Ahmed, an employee at a Chinese restaurant near the blast scene, told Reuters.
"The summer is just coming and there were lots of bookings but now it will be a disaster."