Resta Port Said

Sultan Hussein Street, Port Said, 1111, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Said

Out of the Red Sea into the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 21, 2014

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... has also got a little rougher which is a bit exciting, although for some poor souls it isn't such good news. :(

It really feels like we are nearing the end of our trip, another time zone change and it almost feels like we are on home ground, even though the only port we have already been to on the last part of our journey is Naples. Roll on Greece ...

Nov 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 17, 2012

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... forward to for months. Even so, Eden started screaming when she was loaded up on our mountain of a camel. She and I shared a camel named Mickey Mouse. He was big and hairy and decked out in an elaborate tourist saddle. Camels are hard to ride. I griped my daughter (still screaming) with my arm and my camel with my legs and we rocked our way down a hill. Once things leveled out Eden calmed down and I think almost enjoyed the experience. We walked along looking back at ...

Dolphins cheer you up!

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Jan 20, 2012

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... the many gas fields off the coast of Egypt and within a couple of hours we were in amongst gas platforms, supply ships, ordinary shipping and fishing boats, all of us going about our business independently of each other. Even at out speed we slowly overtook the OOCL Hamburg which we will no doubt meet again this evening.

A walk round the ship found me on the forecastle and memories flooded back when I saw the Suez light, this time not hired from ...

Other Hikes: Port Said (1025)

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Nov 16, 2011

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... they humiliate a girl in public. I see this all the time in Morocco—but here in Egypt they take it to another level.

And why does society tolerate this? If you were to kick a dog in public, bystanders would react in anger. By if a guy cruelly insults and harasses a girl, people just ignore it as if it were something normal. I’ve pondered on this a lot and discussed it with different people and I’ve come to ...

1026. Crossing the Suez (Egy 022)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2011

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... supposed to be another branch of the Suez Canal up ahead—where there’s probably a lot more ship traffic, so I continue on a bit farther, to a peaceful rocky beach area. Here it seems a lot of Copts come to swim—although there’s a mixed crowd. I can see the other canal way up ahead… but it’s getting late, so I decide to head on back to town, and back across to Port ...

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