Victim Vows to Keep Travelling
Egypt bombing victims challange Terrorism.
An Australian woman injured in the Egyptian bombings has spoken publicly for the first time about her ordeal.
Georgina Blake from Harefield in south-western New South Wales is in hospital in Wagga, recovering from injuries suffered in the bombing in the Egyptian town of Dahab last month.
Ms Blake was surrounded by her family as she faced the media for the first time today.
She says she has every intention of returning to Egypt and terrorism should not stop others from venturing overseas.
"It can happen anywhere in the world and I was just in the wrong place or the right place or whatever," she said.
Ms Blake and a Melbourne woman were the only Australians injured in the blasts, which killed about 24 people.