Jebel Shams Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Nizwa
... large open (relative) plateau with
distant hazy mountains just visible in the afternoon light. Nothing
suggests itself for a campsite. What I am conscious of is that the
road has street lighting all the way and I don’t want to pitch up
under a buzzing neon light for the night. I know I've become spoiled
and can get really picky some times.
I reach Ar Ruus
and spot a track further ...
We break camp
(hey, that sounds good, like real explorers!) early and after
breakfast are on the road by 08.30, this time with me leading. Wadi
Bani Awf is even more spectacular with a clear blue sky and the
temperature soaring. We stop at Little Snake Canyon for a photo shoot
to find clear water sparkling over smooth rocks and tiny fish darting
around in pools. Matteo ...
take a wrong turn, who's bothered, spot a photo opportunity, stop the
car, grab the camera and clamber out. No unpacking the panniers,
taking off the helmet, repacking, sweating like a pig in bike gear! I
A quick dash to Bahla and Nizwa and I'm in the Majan Guest house for the night. Well,
the camping stove won't ...
... fort which is a UNESCO site. Could totally see why as it had parts that were falling down! Again, the history is amazing. So glad that we have friends here. Way nicer having Craig as a tour guide then having to depend on tour group bookings and lots of other tourists! We saw a couple of tour groups as they were leaving the fort which was awesome because we had the ...
... trees and well-known roses are incredible! They add such a contrast with the rest of the dry landscape! It is weird though that the villages look very dilapidated, people living in unfinished small houses, with broken glass and dirty surroundings, when just above them, on the plateau, all kinds of huge and brand news houses are being built. It is almost as if no one cares for the villagers who are taken over not at all by the tourists, but by ...