Dome Marina Swiss Inn Resort Ain Soukhna
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- Swimming pool
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... gets wider, we are now entering the Great Bitter Lake, the city of Fayid is on the port side, and this is one of the few places where ships can pass one another. The canal isn't canal all the way along its length, it makes use of two lakes along its path, and this is the first we come across. As we get further in, the lake widens and we are in a narrow marked shipping channel, and on either side there are ships of all kind moored up and waiting to be told ...
... compass. Each degree is divided in to 60 minutes. 1 nautical mile is equivalent to 1 minute of navigation. The duration of transit from start to finish will take about 15 hours. On every ship transiting the canal up to 2 pilots (not pirates as first thought) accompany each ship and are responsible for the punctuality of the ships and the signalisation spots which are present every 10km or so.
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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 ...
... are Egyptian soldiers patrolling the road along the canal in jeeps and sentries standing on hills with guns just waiting for something to happen. We finally go to the end of the canal and then had to wait for a fuelling boat to fill us up. That took a lot longer than it was meant to but we were a bit glad to finally leave that area because it is all so unstable.
We had another day at sea because our trip to Israel was cancelled. Apparently if there are any ...
... bridge Japan built for them recently,,related to the huge ones in the southern Seine, in France.Very high to accommodate the various ships.
In the distance, the desert side is productive ,and we saw trucks waiting to cross on the barges with grain and oil and produce.
So much to see ,and we were on deck until it was without shade and burning hot,but such a close view from our balcony,just a few mtrs maybe 50 at times to the side.We had a little lunch as ...