Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... left, this isn’t 'the end’. After all this is what Mum wanted for Dad and I; as selfless as she was she’d only want us to smile and enjoy the trip and not over-reflect on the sadness. Couple of instances particularly resonate with me before she died, mainly when I’d be sat indoors and she’d practically throw me out the house to spend time with my friends rather than (in her words) "sit indoors and fuss over me". Many would interpret that as modesty ...
... the only ones not already up and out to see what little they could of the canal. Oh well, we had seen the north end of the canal before. In fact it was the only part we really did get to see on the first transit.
In his afternoon announcement, the captain told us that he had been in contact with the Holland America headquarters and to make up for our disappointment of not seeing the Suez Canal during the day, they were going to add ...
... by the Captain at 08:00 that we had still not been given our transit slot so were still at anchor.
As the weather is now considerably warmer we decided to spend a day in the sun on deck.12:00 – informed by the Captain that still no ETA on the Suez transit.
16:00 – bumped in to the Deputy Captain who confirmed that they still had not been given a slot. ...
... s left of her much to my dismay (gotta get a tan?), - but what can I do.....lock her in the closet with the life jackets perhaps?
I will post a couple of pictures from our last stop in Aqaba again, if I see, or can see anything of interest regarding the Suez Canal itself, will take some shots, but I attended another lecture this morning and although the history was interesting, unfortunately this crossing is nowhere near as glamorous as the fabled Panama Canal, as it's ...
... we had travelled and where we thought we were now that we would be exiting far sooner than that. The sun was now out and the weather was warm out of the wind, so we decided to stay on top for a while. A good thing we did too. At around 3 pm and without any announcement we looked over the side and could see the city of Port Said coming up. We looked forward, and there, not too far away was the end of Egypt and the start of the Mediterranean Sea. We had a ...