Dome Marina Swiss Inn Resort Ain Soukhna
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... between ships. Next we enter the Crocodile Lake and we pass the city of Ismailia on its shore. We then pass back in to the Suez Canal proper so to speak and we have no more natural waterways left. But there is still a long way to go and so we have the Suez bypass which allows a few more ships heading south to start their journey and moor up while the northbound convoy passes. As we travel along the bypass it looks like the ships waiting are actually stuck in ...
... another puppet or angle to his act to avoid complacency and keep the interest of his audience.
Whilst those who had made the effort (and probably some who didn’t) headed up to pool deck 11 for the 11:45pm ‘white’ party, Roisin and I sat on our balcony. We then heard the strangest noise coming from the deck above. We could hear Jingle Bells!!! WTF it’s the middle of April!!! We couldn’t quite hear the lyrics but the tune was ...
I just occurred to me that I forgot to load my pictures from Ain Sukhna! When the school gave us a few days off because we were told we couldn't start until September 15th, I was invited to share a taxi over to the Red Sea by a couple of teachers. They were taking their middle school kids over, so I jumped at the chance! We basked in the sun, played in the pool ...
... sailed along,a few dogs today ,some in the water in isolated places, but attached to the soldiers camps it seemed..We must have been a spectacular sight in the most part ,a huge ship sailing through the desert..Hope somewhere there may be a picture..2 lakes along the way,Bitter Lake small and large where the ships anchor waiting,its midway,some huge container ships,biggest ever, with enormous loads..
Passed the city of Ishmal on our way, which had beach ...
... as we leisurely steamed past.
During World War II, the allied forces used "Bailey Bridges" to move men and equipment across the Rhine River, due to the unsafe conditions of the existing crossing structures. The Egyptians are using this same concept today. All along some of the narrowest parts of the canal a modern day version of these floating modular structures are stored on ramps on the western shore. Possibly similar ...
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