Ramada Ras Sudr Resort
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... things to our upcoming days. First, instead of arriving in Naples on the morning of March 28th, we would arrive at 6:00 PM on March 27th, giving us an overnight in Naples. We would also have daytime scenic cruising through the Straits of Messina between Italy and the island of Sicily and would see the active volcano, Stromboli on the way to Naples.
Next: We sail from Egypt to Italy across the Mediterranean ...
... and honey together in the 'pocket'. As I said before. the sun came out and felt good to take the full gloves, thick raincoat/windproof off also off came my home made arm warmers - thanks mum - worked brilliantly. We took an ancient and well used Rohan long sleeved warm top and chopped the sleeves2/3 of thawed up, hemmed them ad then have used Velcro to keep the bottom of the sleeves on.
Lovely ride in the sun down the Red Sea, with the ...
... with a statue.
Slightly further along the canal there is another memorial. The Suez War Memorial remembers lives lost during the Suez War and is shaped like a bayonet.
Other than waving at the various military personnel that line the eastern banks of the canal, there were two more highlights – this time in bridge form.
The El Ferdan Railway Bridge is the longest swing span bridge in the world. Sometimes there is a train waiting to ...
Well it appears I was 24 hours out in 'wondering' when the heck ( yesterday) we were ever going to get to this famous Suez Canal - but 'hello!' - we actually entered it at 6 am this morning and at 4 pm we exit into the Med Sea. One side of the canal is the Sinai Desert, the other side Egypt, some said yesterday that have done this it was boring? Bollocks! It's a great site of ...
... s left of her much to my dismay (gotta get a tan?), - but what can I do.....lock her in the closet with the life jackets perhaps?
I will post a couple of pictures from our last stop in Aqaba again, if I see, or can see anything of interest regarding the Suez Canal itself, will take some shots, but I attended another lecture this morning and although the history was interesting, unfortunately this crossing is nowhere near as glamorous as the fabled Panama Canal, as it's ...