Ramada El Sokhna
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
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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 ...
... balcony, so we saw lots of the Sinai Desert and armed guards every few hundred yards. They were very friendly, often waving and whistling to us. We cleared the Canal around 8.30 last night and have awoken in the Mediterranean this morning to a sunny but much cooler outlook. Our curfew has now been lifted so no more excuses from walking round the decks for a bit of ...
... we get off. There’s been a persistent “oh we must do such and such before we leave the ship” and suddenly with 9 days remaining it’s like “****, we’re running out of time!”. We’ve recently enjoyed dinner and company of Richard & Roxy, Iain & Ryan, Koti and her lovely parents & tonight we’re out with Chris and Charlotte. This again is part of a culture on board which is lovely, to be able to invite someone to dinner is ...
... transit. It takes 10 to 12 hours to pass though the canal. However, when the captain announced the time for the convoy as it was assigned by the Suez Canal Authority, we found out that we would be waiting at anchor all day and our convoy would begin at 5:00 PM on just 16 minutes before sunset. Most of the transit would be in complete darkness. We decided to watch what little we would be able to see from the front deck of the ship, which they opened especially for ...
... to struggle up over the horizon and it is welcome indeed, the wind, ( it is definitely not a breeze ) was cold, and the thick clouds were keeping the warmth of the sun at bay. Not what we had expected at all. But the increased light meant we could see our surroundings properly and quite extraordinary it was too. On the port side, oh yes ship lingo now we had the city of Suez stretching out with green parks and gardens and endless buildings including a power ...