Samarmaz Hotel

Address: Cornich St, Port Sudan, 79800, Sudan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cornich St, Port Sudan.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Sudan

    A calm day at sea.

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on May 21, 2015

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    Video Girl woke up again with the sun streaming through the blinds, and the ocean stretching into nothingness.

    After breakfast, she attended an information session about the next 3 ports and also listened to the Captain speak about his life (both personal and working.)

    Video Girl met up with Limtech and Delcom at about ...

    Day 3 En Route To Aqaba Jordan

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... when he went into Iran just after the revolution to try and negotiate the release of some members of the Anglican Church there who had disappeared. He told the story up until the point where he was about to enter a dark cell where the hostages were believed to be held. He then announced that the story would be continued in the next lecture. As well as having a sense of humour he presents as a man of great courage, and gravitas and it is ...

    8 sea days - Red Sea - Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Aug 05, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... of the would really enjoy watching them Pop....

    As we make our way through the Red Sea, passing Yemen, Mecca, Eritrea. Egypt ,the days have been overcast and there is a thick mist that is present...making it quite eerie. With limited visibility you see the cargo ,oil tankers and naval ships appear through the mist ...very ghost like...the seas are dead calm not a ripple ( definitely a huge difference from our 8 m swells of previous days). The air is ...

    At Sea Day #4

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 09, 2012

    3 photos

    ... this vessel. This is no doubt from the private security company that Royal Caribbean hired to assist with the Gulf of Aden transit. I visited the security company’s website before leaving on this cruise, but I can’t remember the name right now. It is apparently comprised of former British navy sailors and special forces.

    Once the drill concluded at 10:48, I continued my lazy morning in bed, watching an episode of “The Amazing Race” on DVD. ...

    Red Sea Rendevous

    A travel blog entry by pete-r on Dec 02, 2008

    8 photos

    ... photo opportunity, as "helicopter operations" were in progress. Sure enough, twenty minutes later we were visited by a Lynx helicopter, which approached from ahead, flew down the starboard side, round our stern and then kept pace with us for several minutes, about 50m off the port bridge wing. I was on the monkey island, taking photos and occasionally waving for the photos that they were taking of us. Amazing. ...

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