Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
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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 ...
... had seen her moving about by shuffling her feet to propel her backwards, like a child would use its feet to move while sat in a pedal car but hasn't quite worked out how to use the pedals. This one time Roisin and I were standing waiting for someone standing in an alcove out of view when the lady in the wheelchair approached the lift and pressed the appropriate ‘call’ button. When the lift arrived and the doors opened, she thought no one was looking and with ...
... modern with a Presidential residence on the water and a new hospital..Lots of irrigation channels, the Nile is feeding this whole country,and they are taking more and more water to distant places,you have to wonder how it can survive,Ethiopia is now planning a dam,and that will be trouble,but they need water too and it passes them first.Egypt wont give that up easily. It is said that the next wars will be over water and I can see that may be correct.At the end ...
... used during the 1967 war by Israel to bring trucks and tanks across into Egypt from the Sinai. Why they are in place today is a mystery to me. One smart missile and they are history. Numberous small ferries do cross the canal at various locations along the way.
Ten hours is a long time to be watching the passing scenery so after lunch I headed to the cabin for a short nap. Upon my return to our “campsite” in ...
... 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 ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool