Amar Al Zaman Hotel
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... hand. Only recently my parents visited an when they left , went through all scanners and checks with bottles of liquids, oils, drinks etc. And as recent as Tuesday, it is still as bad , my ex- wife visiting, went through with 3 bottles of perfume in her hand luggage, and 4 lighters !! None were spotted or checked. Even after 'increased security', after the Russian air disaster. At their departure airport ( manchester) all liquids & pastes over 100ml have to ...
Had a lovely week or so back at the Hilton Sharks bay. No cooking cleaning, or school work for Ewan ( half term after all ). Ews mum seemed to enjoy her visit, & ewan loved 'showing off' all he'd learnt ..... , and all the places he!s been ,.....he seems so adapted here ...... I Even leave him to haggle with the taxis these days !! Lol. We all went on a boat trip to Ras Mohamed where i did a drift dive on 'Jackfish Alley', beautiful corals, stingrays, giant moray, and lots ...
... they all made. Despite the heat there are still big puddles about ( no drains here ! ). Been on a quad bike safari in the desert & Sinai mountains this morning, great fun but vert dusty. So lolling by the pool this afternoon, with a few cold beers me thinks. Diving again Friday - dive boat to Tiran Island & local reefs. So hopefully a chance to see some sharks : ...
... on board and heading to the next spot, another reef closer to Tirane Island. I was quite relaxed chilling on the boat and felt no need to snorkel so Megs and I held ship while the others went off. Apparently it was not as good as the first one so we didn't miss out on anything.
It was past lunchtime, and we were dangerously now accustomed to too much food whenever we wanted. After not to long they served lunch on board. It wasn't the ...
... panel, inlaid and gilded with pictures of Christ, the Virgin Mary, St. Katherine and St. John the Baptist. These particular iconostasis were gifts to the monastery from the Russian Orthodox church. Behind these iconostasis are the high altar with its marble slab and the prized Mosaic of the Transfiguration, dating back to the 6th century. Two marble sarcophagi, gifts from Peter ...