Ramada El Sokhna
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... outside the water and 28 degrees in the water. Not much of a cool down but who's complaining! The tide slowly crept out and we were able to see some interesting shells and coral. A colleague found a sand dollar for the kids....love these treasures. We retreated to the pool and shade for the afternoon soaking up every moment before heading back to Cairo.
We arranged for a colleague's husband who is an Egyptologist to escort ...
With it getting so close to the end now I'm starting to find myself getting reflective and almost a little sad. The normality of the past 4 months are slowly coming to an end, the little things like passing Jay in the Art gallery and having a chat, dining in the Meridian Restaurant at lunch or even bumping into other passengers over the course of the day. This cruising is an easy life but it’s also a community unlike anything else; sure you can sit around doing nothing all ...
... since they cancelled our port calls there. But it feels like we are in Egypt - and I guess technically we are...we pass very close to those cities on the west en route. On the east lies the Sinai Peninsula - sort of 'no mans land'??...just a buffer zone for Israel??
There was a broadcasted commentary as we approached and started into the harbour entranceway lane....but the speakers ...
Did I mention it's very cold and windy, miserable tonight - pitch black by 5.30pm, freezing cold and raining on and off, very miserable lying here with as many clothes as possible on plus inside my sleeping bag, not warm so doesn't bode well for sleeping tonight.
Will update the written blog as soon as it's warmer and I've got the energy. Yawning away ...
After a few relaxing days at sea, sailing through the Arabian Sea and then the Red Sea, we now enter the Suez Canal. We managed to cross these sea's without encountering any "pirates"!! The ship anchored over night in the Gulf of Suez, then entered the Suez Canal at Suez in a convoy of 29 ships sailing north, ours being the second one. the average costs for ships to sail through the suez is $250,000. We passed 19 ships anchored in the Great Bitter lake waiting to go south We had a ...