Stella di Mare Grand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... days if I name dropped everyone!); not to mention some of the incredible crew I’ve made friends with on here, Shane, Penny & the rest of the Headliners, Kirsty, Liz, Amy, Kash, Neil, Alex and the other Ents, and literally like a hundred other various people around the ship. I can’t imagine my time on here without all of them providing such great entertainment, support and good company over the trip. I’m truly going to miss walking around the decks and ...
... get to our next port of Naples on time. He said he thought we would be near the beginning at of the convoy which would begin at about 5:00 PM – which would give us about an hour of daylight again. Later he told us that we would be number 16 of 30 ships in the convoy which meant we would start the transit at 7:40 PM – unfortunately in full darkness. As it turned out, the transit did not begin until close to 9:00 PM. We could see ...
Interesting lunch at a table of 6 solo travellers! It was like being in some sort of speed dating lunch at sea…!
Back to the lounger and the Whirlpool Spa for further rejuvenation.
Informal dinner tonight followed by a song and dance show in the Royal Court Theatre. After dinner we went for drinks with a couple from our table.
Bye for now
Sue and ...
... or so in boxes with guns, it's green and nice, on the desert sde - well, just that - zero, zilch, nought - just sand and more sand - BUT every 1/2 klick or so - the boys on that side in their desert fatigues - point their guns at the Egyptians! - kinda weird world we live in?
Liz is continuing to defy physics in incinerating herself - the more I say you have got to give t ...
... can continue their journey. With a 26 mile give or take queue behind us, it could be some time.
We continue our journey passing small fishing boats which then cross the canal in our wake. Without engines the occupants row furiously to get safely across between one ship and the next. The same applied for the numerous car ferries we saw. There were long queues of lorries and cars waiting to cross the bridge, and they would quickly fill up and dash across ...