Just for fun, look at a map of the Middle East and find the southernmost point in the Red Sea.
Imagine the view if you were on a ship passing through that narrow strait of Bab-el-Mandeb. On a map it looks narrow, but it’s about 20 miles wide with Yemen (Asia) on the East side and Djibouti (Africa) on the West.
This is our view of Yemen.
Yours in the Red Sea,
17 degrees 40 minutes North 40 degrees 28 minutes East