Red Sea Hotel

13 Riad St, Port-Tawfik, Suez, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Suez

At the Suez

A travel blog entry by bonthorn


We left our cushy resort hotel today, happy, well-rested and well-fed. We really appreciated the chance to have a couple nights of good, uninterrupted sleep. The past few weeks have really worn us down, physically and mentally, and it seems every moment we are not on the road we just collapse into a comatose state of existence. Traveling north to …

Marine Train spotting

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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Port Tawfiq, Suez, Egypt GMT +2hrs 'a dismal but profitable ditch' - Joseph Conrad on the Suez Canal Marine train spotting The fact that Suez is about half way between Alexandria, where we just came from, and Dahab in Sinai, where we're headed, is convenient because we both wanted to come here to do a spot of marine train spotting. Yes, for …

Suez Canal for the home journey

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers


... we were anchored in the Great Bitter Lakes which is 3/4 of way through,thankfully we had been through on the way so had seen that part. There were many disappointed people, who had got on in Venice and not been through Suez previously.

We watched as the sun rose over Egypt and the very calm Bitter Lakes where we were anchored, with all the container and oil tankers waiting for the convoy to begin south wards through the remainder of the Suez. The heat haze and humidity ...

Very exciting again

A travel blog entry by stephgraeme


We were originally going to start our transit of the Suez Canal at 1am on the morning of 9th August but there have been so many changes even the Captain didn't know what was going on. .Because our trips to Egypt had been cancelled it threw our fuelling and water supplies out. We did start the transit of the Suez on the night of the 7th but luckily we had to wait in the Bitter lakes for another convoy to come through and we left the lakes about 10am which meant that ...

Suez Canal – 12th April 2013

A travel blog entry by jilliancarr


Suez Canal – 12th April 2013

Ivor and I were up at 5.30 am, after a really busy day in Cairo. Don't know how we do it sometimes! We were already in the first part of the Suez Canal and the sun rose over our cabin with miles of sand dunes in the distance, dotted with occasional Soldier on guard duty. Aurora led a convoy of 22 ships going from south to north and half way we were to meet the 19 ships heading ...


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