Alf Leila Boutique Hotel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Quick cuppa on level 5 before going off to Michael Bendon's lecture on the Suez Canal which wasn't too bad. Lunch in the restaurant before going off to some internet lecture which was as informative as the proverbial. Quiet afternoon reading with a coffee - bliss!!! Dinner prior to tonight's entertainment. A fantastic show tonight with Peter Cutler who has played ...
... the ship, it was mainly smooth seas as far as the eye could sea.
When we skirted past the coast of Yemen we had a glimpse of the troubled land but aside from a reduction of lights on the top deck, there was no indication that anything was amiss nearby.
In other ship news, bugs have started to do the rounds. A number of people have fallen ill with a cold but most seem to shake it off within a couple of days. As we get closer to land, ...
... are no souvenir sellers hassling you and it's in the desert....as it would have been when it was built. The pyramids of Giza are practically right on the edge of the city so many views have the city in the background. We then went to Sakkara. There are step pyramids here which predate the triangular pyramids. Essentially these were tombs that had a structure built above them called a mastaba. Then another smaller structure would be built on top of ...
... had a day on the Red Sea. Tom and James did a 'beginners' SCUBA dive as this is a very popular dive area. The snorkeling is straight off the beach but the weather was bad with really strong winds so no one snorkeled, but Mark and I went for a swim. Swimming in the Red Sea - tick! Bedouin tea at 5pm in a sunken outside bar area then dinner and bed. All pretty tired from our early ...
... To add to all this there is a shortage of fuel in Egypt at the moment and there is considerable concern that we don’t have enough to get to Dahab! There are many stops at petrol stations to try to fill cans – sometimes with success. What we don’t know, and only find out from the tele when we get safely to Dahab, is that there has been an attack on a police base in the Sinai during the day of our travels. However the scenery ...