I did warn you that these posts would be somewhat erratic as I obviously pick up images at random. So after being fairly logical for a while moving from
Gibraltar, “The Rock”, “Gib” did not elicit a lot of fascination for many passengers – impressive piece of geology but British Bobbies, English ways with a bit of Spanish flair and warm breezes were pleasant but not massively exciting. Most people didn’t think much of Gib because it was usually crawling with army and navy looking for those things the army and navy spend most of their spare time looking for – booze and floosies. How shocking to the genteel types on the passenger liners!
The two pictures I dug out recently in
The Voyage East IV - Through the Canal
The Voyage East V - Suakim, Port Sudan
The Voyage East VI - Resupply at Aden
The Voyage East VIII - Suez- You Rather Hoped Not