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... and museum overlooks the Mediterranean. Being a Saturday, the Islamic day of rest, the library is ordinarily closed, but not today. Since the ship is in port, they opened the library just for us.
After a ride along the Mediterranean, we at lunch at the Alexandria Sheraton, next to the former summer palace of the Egyptian kings, and then to the National Museum, former palace and the former United ...
The Mariner stayed in port for 2 days but we stayed onboard for the second day. Kent had seen enough and didn't want to do anymore of Alexandria after yesterday.
My stomach is slowly settling down but Kent's is starting up. In a ship like this virus' just float around and reattach itself to whomever isn't careful enough to clean their hands/or from those who won't. I am amazed a the lax way that the ship was in regards to ...
... and asked if I had a photo - I did not have one with me to show him and he asked if I could send him one if he gave me his e-mail address. He said that many of the monks rely on their ‘smart phones’ instead of pencil and paper to keep things organized at the monastery. Then he asked me if I was on Facebook - and asked if I would ‘friend’ him. I told him apparently he didn’t give everything up which of course resulted in his ...
... for the whole corridor of staff! There dark and cramped, some where I wouldn't want to go back to after a long days work. But on there they have no choice, they don't have a crew bar! The shops are smaller to and there's only two a main shop with every thing and a logo / destination shop. I much prefer ours it felt far too mismatched in there. And to top it all our itinerary is much better... In January they had 23 sea days! ...
... day in Alex, I wake up early to wander along the Corniche, a long graceful street that follows the seafront. Mohamed joins me for the walk – poor him... I’ve made him walk almost everywhere in the city. I don’t think he was expecting all this exercise, but after weeks in the dig house at Amarna it feels wonderful to spend my days walking.
We watch the fishermen returning with their catch. They seem ...