Baasher Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Dinner was once again in the Minstrel Room with Limtech and Delcom and another couple on their table, Reserve Bank and Ivy Green who are from Georgia.
As they enjoyed dinner, a number of ships passed them by changing their vista every so often. It was like a moving painting.
It was still light as they went to bed at ...
... 8216;Celebrity Speaker’ Terry Waite. The Royal Court Theatre which has a capacity of 1000 was packed. Terry Waite has worked as a hostage negotiator since before he was held in captivity in Lebanon for 5 years. Today he told some shocking stories about the behaviour of some captors who he felt were simply psychopathic and with whom there was never going to be any prospect of negotiation. He then began to tell a story about ...
... for pirates, and we often see many naval ships from the many countries that monitor the area to ensure the safety of cargo ships ( Russian, Chinese , UK, USA to name a few )...
( Mon 5th) cruising into the Red Sea and through the Straits, passing by Ethiopia and many other African nations quite close by. We are due to transit the Suez Canal in a couple of days, the oil tanker and cargo ships are becoming quite frequent now and interesting to see the different types ...
... 8217;s announcements over the public-address system).
The captain then read an announcement at 10:40 about procedures for our Gulf of Aden transit during “November 15, 16, and 17.” Oops – I think this was the script for the last passage captain! Doh! The captain also informed us that at noon tomorrow, a vessel will come up to our ship to deliver “some extra special security equipment” and said we should not be alarmed by the ...
... t know the name." "Just might be HMS Cumberland . . . the captain's a friend of mine." "They will call again in half an hour." So, half an hour later, I was talking to Cdr Sparkes. Although in theory I am proficient with marine VHF, I didn't get quite right the mixture of informal chat, radio protocol and not saying the wrong thing on air, but Peter managed all that with his usual competence. The conclusion was ...