Ramada El Sokhna
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... bridge, which when ships are transiting is parked over the bank instead of over the canal. This time there was no train waiting.
Our last bridge was the Suez Bridge. It is a long suspension bridge that joints to parts of Egypt together. Unlike some Sydney Harbour Bridge where the ship had only a couple meters of clearance, with the Suez Bridge we had a good 20 meters.
Towards the end of the transit we passed several canals that ran straight to the ...
... pretty neat eh.
We are now entering the final part of our journey through the canal and according to the original estimate we will be entering the Mediterranean Sea at around 4 pm. We have of course been an hour ahead of schedule all day which has caused rather a lot of upset on board as lots of people missed the entry to the canal. However things were about to get very interesting. I was checking the map and showed Martin and we agreed judging by ...
... another puppet or angle to his act to avoid complacency and keep the interest of his audience.
Whilst those who had made the effort (and probably some who didn’t) headed up to pool deck 11 for the 11:45pm ‘white’ party, Roisin and I sat on our balcony. We then heard the strangest noise coming from the deck above. We could hear Jingle Bells!!! WTF it’s the middle of April!!! We couldn’t quite hear the lyrics but the tune was ...
... were orchestrated by very brown Egyptian men), ate lots of desserts (full breakfast and dinner included in the price) and swam in the Red Sea.
It was AWESOME. In fact, I think I'll go back for a few days during Eid El Adha a holiday that includes lots of animal sacrifices, blood and animal parts in the street (or so I've been told).
Enjoy the pics!
... material fed
to the pigs. However, after an outbreak of swine flu the powers that be decreed that to stop the outbreak all pigs should be slaughtered. This made the refuse businesses unprofitable so they closed down and there is no organised way of dealing with it.
Another major problem is the vendors. Everywhere we went there they were, selling their tat and. It was bad in Mumbai, but ...