Desert Nights Camp
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Omani cocks start
crowing early. By 6 a.m. activity is afoot in the village. Two small
herds of goats are driven by two women into the surrounding hills. I
envy the progress they make snaking their way up the sides of the
steep hills. Cars head off to work and school. A lone young
fisherman, with net, heads for a nearby pool, mobile phone clamped to
his ear. He returns and hour later talking loudly on the mobile
without any fish.
... what Oman has to offer and very lucky to have Uncle Craig and Auntie Nicole as our hosts. They have made our visit here most pleasurable and taken us to some exciting places! Thanks you guys:) Today, we are packing up and heading to Ahbi Dahbi in the UAE. Not looking forward to the 5 hour drive and looking forward to seeing Ahbi Dahbi! Can't believe we are leaving on Friday:(. We still have more adventures so stay tuned! Love and hugs Mama ...
... did the Balcony Walk. This skirts Wadi Gul, Grand Canyon of Arabia. Spectacularly deep with precipitous drops right the way round it made for a worthwhile trek along with the abandoned village of stone huts and a lake at the end. The second day in the Nizwa area we went up Green Mountain and saw Stage 5 of the Tour of Oman. We saw Froome, reigning TDF champ, win the climb finish by 20 sec. It was exciting being ...
... away all put the pressure on but with the help of Jenny and Steve, Cam and Annette and Mick it all came together in time ,just we even managed to fit in some fantastic sailing in the weeks leading up. After travelling on budget airlines for the last few years Thai airlines reminded us what air travel should be like,the first drinks rolling out as soon as the big bird levelled of,love those guys. Two trolleys loaded to the hilt up and down a packed airport foyer for nearly ...
... any vegetation, but we seemed to be following a dry river bed for some of the way, and crossed it several times. At points along this river bed were what I would call oasises ( is that the plural of oasis?) which were dense clusters of date palms in blocks beside the river. The Omanis tend to go for big double story houses in wall compounds, and they don't like to be next to each other as there is always empty space between the compounds.It was a ...