Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
Travel Blogs from Ain Sukhna
... point to see us leave the Suez, and true to type, there were no signs of welcome or goodbye this end either.
The sneaky early start and the lack of announcement at our exit has caused an awful lot of people to be very unhappy indeed. There were lots of people grumbling about the fact they missed both the entry and exit of the canal and it was everyone's problem. Oh dear. But we are now in the Mediterranean Sea and this really feels like the final leg of our journey ...
... of a gazelle and the nimbleness of a Prima Ballerina, she darted out of her wheelchair and pushed it in to the lift then sat back down in the chair. Her face returning to the pitiful blank expression as the doors closed. From this day we have named her ‘Lou’ from Little Britain’s Lou and Andy characters!!
Since our observation almost 2 weeks ago, others have seen her manipulating members of staff in helping her, carrying things and ...
... material fed
to the pigs. However, after an outbreak of swine flu the powers that be decreed that to stop the outbreak all pigs should be slaughtered. This made the refuse businesses unprofitable so they closed down and there is no organised way of dealing with it.
Another major problem is the vendors. Everywhere we went there they were, selling their tat and. It was bad in Mumbai, but ...
... proceed on their way.
As we travelled along northward we could see that the right hand bank was dry and arid with sand dunes stretching as far as the eye could.- the Sinai Desert. Whilst on the left side there were occasional oases and farmland. These gradually increased in number until we reached Ismailya and the War Memorials. The city is a large sprawling affair but it doesn't quite butt up to the canal.However there are a number of ...
... were involved in making sure that troubles here stayed out of the global media spotlight.
And then finally I reach the bustling commercial hub, and Suez becomes just another Egyptian city, with its crowded street market, smoky food stalls, and yes, a couple of cheap hotels.
"Are you a Jew?" the unfriendly hotel clerk asks me. I assure him I’m not—but I wonder what ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool