Red Sea Hotel
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... At one stage we watched from the front part of Deck 6, then moved by security to Deck 5. There is an element of right and left hands not communicating.
Dinner was on the aft deck as part of the Lido Restaurant - a fiasco from start to finish with an ineffective wine waiter, mediocre food, all bathed in bizarre blue light. And so to bed. But I couldn't sleep that well and around 2am I got up to see ...
... br> It took about five and a half hours to traverse the main canal and the whole time there was a military helicopter flying backwards and forwards monitoring/protecting the line of ships as we moved through. It was certainly a reminder of the huge political and financial importance of the Suez Canal.
By lunch time we were in the Mediterranean Sea and I think everyone breathed a collective sigh of ...
... I couldn’t help but think it was a tad cheeky (and a little inappropriate) for them to spring it on us yesterday out the blue (like we haven’t paid enough for the trip as it is). Regardless, I’m so pleased with what Liz and Amy have put together for Dad and I, poor Amy cried when putting it together and I almost felt quite bad, eep!
With the run up to home myself and Peter are now investing our efforts in dining with various friends on ...
... length of the canal. Plans call for the construction of a second canal, parallel to the existing one, to speed up traffic and increase revenue.
It took over 100 years to get the first canal from and idea to actually being built. Napoleon even had a hand in it. Finally, Delesseps, the same engineer who worked on the Panama Canal, finished the job.
When the order finally came, around 3 pm, that it was our turn to go, we joined ...
... at top speed across the Mediterranean Sea throughout our crossing and we enjoyed a typical day at sea on the ship. We arrived as scheduled at the waiting area. There were many other ships waiting as well, as all of the ships must travel in convoys because of construction or dredging of the canal. The captain told us late in the evening that he expected a late morning start for the southbound convoy of ships -- which was good news because that would mean a ...
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