Robinson Club Soma Bay
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... vegitation,and trees are exciting to spot... the occasional grassed part around small brick houses,a few small roadside places ,one with a whole group of young girls ,on donkeys in lovely bright robes.We saw the new pumping stations along the way and the pipeline being completed, to bring the water from the Nile right through this arid land, to the Red sea where there is nothing, so a huge difference.Land being prepared for planting ,it will be such a revelation to this arid ...
... is now much hotter and will take a bit of getting used to, especially after two days in the air conditioned cabin. Will venture out to some of the parts of the ship that we have not yet visited this trip, while things are quiet and most people are off on ...
... that we face in our own (relatively well-off) lives in places such as America, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. It was also a wonderful scene to witness during our final hour in Egypt after a wonderful four days in the country (plus a day in neighboring Jordan, which was also spectacular).
Most of the traders had carted off their goods by 11:00 when Voyager of the Seas pushed back from the pier. To further illustrate the contrasting scenes, those of ...
... women are bound by honour and tradition to stay within the family dwelling and therefore lack opportunity for advancement. The Bedouin men wear a long cloak type of garment and a draped head covering. the women usually wear brightly coloured long dresses but when they go outside they wear a long thin black coat sometimes covered with shiny embroidery. They will always cover their head and hair when they leave their house with ...
... and sunbathing, although the pool is now closed because the emergency is now in place. No acting, no choir, no dancingand 1 game of bridge.We have had some excellent lecturers on board ;now Tim Severin who did theSinbad voyages sponsored by the Shah of Oman.
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