Sheraton Djibouti Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This will be my final "sea day" posting. We are a week away from finishing this remarkable trip. No photos today - nothin' but water out there! The weather has been HOT. Yesterday morning, at 9am, it was already 33C; the high was easily in the 40s. Today is marginally cooler in the mid-30s. And, with a water temperature of 32C, the sea breezes do not bring any relief. Since ...
... Ethiopian soldiers flooding into the building. We left the main hall with the children in tow. Soon, however, soldiers surrounded us. We needed a way out, and fast. Luckily, these kids were young and won’t understand guns. We all whipped out our firearms and made quick work of the soldiers. But, then soldiers started emerging from behind us, and from the front gate. Parker and I took point, clearing a path for ...
... long Range Cruise Setting to conserve the precious stuff... not knowing what I was getting in Dar El Salam. Djibouti is an really ugly #%£" hole, but unavoidable if you need AVGAS . For the lack of Service they make it for exorbitant Prices. Avoid if you can in the future.. The Americans have an presence here , I saw some Ospreys Landing and taking off during my Brief stay, I guess those Guy's are glad when their Assignment are ...
... the same format as the Beatles event held a few nights earlier but without the Beatles songs (or the French/Swiss woman!!). The cocktail of the night was called a <i>‘Pirates of the Caribbean’</i> and the film they have been showing is that of the same name as the cocktail. I think they may be over-egging the pirate thing!! During our 4 days at sea, the entertainment team held a daily quiz. There have been only 10 questions each time but having ...
Can you imagine waiting on the side of a warship just to pull in to one of the first countries you've ever been to, but at five miles away you can already smell camel dung? I don't need to imagine, because that's exactly what it was.
At first, it was understandable because there were camel farms all around the coast by where we were. But when you ride the bus over to the Army base and you happen to see wild camels and people living in open fields and hanging ...