Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The weary travellers have arrived and these smiling faces are ready to experience everything and anything! After a quick nap we had them up and moving and we haven't stopped!
It has been a jammed packed three days. Here are the highlights:
We started slow and easy with a road trip to the Red Sea, enjoying the beach, the sun and the …
... ocean out front and without waiters bringing over food & drink. I don’t look forward to the day I sit at a restaurant and have to pay actual cash for my meal, I’m so used to a cruise card culture that the thought of seeing a £10 note again frightens the life out of me. I’m sure all those reading will be heaping sympathy my way whilst reading this, it must be SO hard for me going back to a normal, non-nautical life like the rest of us eh. I don’t mean ...
... sea day) - and even though our next 2 stops are in Israel / still the "Middle East" ...it decidedly brings the European sector to mind!!...which means 'homeward bound'!!...yikes!!Haven't chosen any ship excursions in Israel ...the Holy sites on these very Holy days are going to be one holy mess of people!!!...not sure I want to be part of that!!!...I'll find something else to do!!!...tbd...
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Enjoyed a good breakfast in the Britannia Restaurant – see photo.
Spent another relaxing day lounging around the pool. Enjoying the 26C and sunny sky while the Captain takes us along at an average of 22 knots.
Listened to our resident steel band Vibz at lunchtime before heading down for a ...
... as the day progressed. It was quite misty but apparently it's caused by the sand storms that are quite usual in this area. We passed lots of ferries crossing from one side to the other and passed a rail swing bridge the longest in the world and passed under the Suez road suspension bridge, the highway connects Cairo to the Asian Sinai side, we finally transited out of the canal at Port Said into the Mediterranean Sea, we are now on our way to the next port Mykonos looking forward to ...