Ramada El Sokhna
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... me but I knew my mum well enough to know she bloody meant it, she hated being fussed over and was always so intent on me and dad living a life of joy than sit indoors and mope over the impending months we had left together – so, wherever she might be now (apart from the Ocean!) I can be sure she’s looking at us glad we’re both doing as she requested, a proverbial ‘throwing us out to sea to enjoy ourselves’. Speaking of Mum, the photographers have ...
... 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 ...
... by the Captain at 08:00 that we had still not been given our transit slot so were still at anchor.
As the weather is now considerably warmer we decided to spend a day in the sun on deck.12:00 – informed by the Captain that still no ETA on the Suez transit.
16:00 – bumped in to the Deputy Captain who confirmed that they still had not been given a slot. ...
... a giant (163miles long) "trench" dug between Africa and bottom of Asia/Europe (between Red Sea and the Mediteranium Sea) that happened back between 1855 -1865 by the French & Egyptians to save over 1,000 klms of otherwise travel around the bottom of Aftrica to get to Europa..,..... No locks or whatever, just we need to join a 'slot' in convoy with a line of other ships passing through, and certain points only where we can pass another 'line of vessels' coming the other ...
... point to see us leave the Suez, and true to type, there were no signs of welcome or goodbye this end either.
The sneaky early start and the lack of announcement at our exit has caused an awful lot of people to be very unhappy indeed. There were lots of people grumbling about the fact they missed both the entry and exit of the canal and it was everyone's problem. Oh dear. But we are now in the Mediterranean Sea and this really feels like the final leg of our journey ...