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... see why he might impress the most extreme of extremists. His size and sonorous voice (vaguely reminiscent of Brian Blessed) probably help in that regard. We await the remaining 4 lectures with enthusiasm. After lunch we went to another Classical Matinee Concert – Sounds of Spain. This was another performance from Duo Zoco (classical guitar and oboe/cor-anglais) who played music by Spanish Composers Manuel de Falla, Fernando Sor, ...
... steamy...an indicator of the weather we are heading into.
43millon barrels of oil pass through the Red Sea/ Suez Canal every day.
We have been keeping ourselves busy, with the many activities, lectures ,movies and shows, with tonight a massive deck party with live music dancing and MORE food ( chocolate coated strawberries and other fruits )... The food on the ship is crazy.....last night beautiful marinated prawns....I'm already dreading coming home and having ...
... got dressed for lunch and met David and Atlanta Craig (not to be confused with Scottish Craig) at noon in the Carmen Dining Room.
After an enjoyable lunch on this first of six days to Dubai, I returned to my cabin at 1:06 and then went upstairs at 1:30 to write my blog in Cloud Nine on Deck 14.
Downstairs to Deck 11 at 4:50 to grab a snack from the Windjammer buffet, which I ate in my cabin. We have now crossed the Tropic of Cancer and are presently at ...
... personal fly-past. What a splendid gesture. (And it's a year tomorrow that I had breakfast aboard Cumberland as Peter's guest, just before I retired.) All this took place in the middle of the Red Sea at about the latitude of Port Sudan. Cumberland remained in sight a few miles off to port for several hours altogether, so I have at least a dozen photographs of her in distant silhouette, with and without helicopter. ...
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