Desert Nights Camp

Al Wasil, Wahiba Sands Desert, Sur, 100, Oman | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Sur

A Week in Oman

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

... and capable, basically throwing his big Landcruiser at the dunes, sliding across the faces of them or launching over the top. We didn't get any air, although everything but. .. Took a few videos but it's hard to see how risky it looked from the cabin.

Before that we spent 2 days in the area of Nizwa, a larger town SW of Muscat, the capital. First day we went to the top of Jebel Shams, Oman's largest ...

Sea Day, Day 5

A travel blog entry by jraybrown

Well I awoke to another 80+ day of sunshine but felt like I was off to work today, in fact I was to secure our favourite place in the Solarium. We found a place yesterday that was perfect except for the occasional smell. I quickly dressed and headed off on my mission. Success was had the opposite side was already filling up and it was only 7:15 am. I also found the source of the smell and covered the vent with a towel. I enjoyed some coffee and ...

Sohar and Muscat 12-13/10

A travel blog entry by rloc

20

... Since we don't wanted
problems further on we had to go back some rather some distance. The guys at
the border were rather rough. We spent about two hours – we got the visa and
paid for the insurance for the motorbike. Robert must have felt very energized
at this point because we drove and drove. Finally we ended up in a hotel 3.am
(in the morning). Next "morning" we woke up 3pm – right in time for getting ...

Homesickness, Culture shock, abayas, and me me me

A travel blog entry by katcline

3

... The only one that has never traveled abroad. Only a month older than the youngest, and one of only two girls in my grade. I'm from an itsybitsy rural town in Oregon. And so on and so forth. Things that make me seem like they accidently sent an acceptance letter to the wrong person. And on a day when Arabic is making even less sense than usual, that seems very very real. They say that in Culture Shock there is a stage where you feel like everyone is conspiring against ...

Muscat Day #2

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

9

... around the sprawling grounds, enjoying the various styles of Islamic tilework on the walls in the open, slender outer buildings that surround the main hall. Then I found my way into the hall itself, which features the world’s second-largest carpet. It took 400 women weavers in Iran four years to make the carpet, according to Rough Guides, which has 1.7 million knots and covers a floor space of 60 X 70 meters (197 X 230 feet). At ...

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Location

This campground, located on Al Wasil, Wahiba Sands Desert, Sur, is near Bait Al-Zubair, Corniche, Bahla Fort, and The Frankincense Trail.
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