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... our first aflaj, which are the ancient irrigation system of Oman. They are mini aqueducts which bring water from the mountains to the villages for drinking, then into mosques and finally to the plantations. There are more than 4000 of these channels, some of which are about 1500 years old. We came across villages in the middle of nowhere, sometimes nestled in an oasis on the plains, or perched on the side of a mountain. Al ...
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* stay in Dubai longer and buy more bling!
* limit the in between travel to only 3 flights (we did 12 in total) - no wonder I need a holiday after my holiday
* spending time with my German family again
* sunsets in Santorini
* no cooking for 4 weeks
Until next holidays - auf wiedersehen xxx
... amazing! We were all fading fast though so decided not to get off and explore. Back to the mall where we started for early dinner (or ?? was 4pm here and 10pm back home) made it back to the hotel and I think I was first asleep by 6pm!! Not even dark. Kids fought it for a bit longer - they did not want to go to sleep while it was still light but James found them with books on their heads, after he woke up on the couch - also trying to last a bit ...
... we decided to return by 3:30 am again busses were again completely overloaded. Inge played Tankman. Jim and I watched this girl in a petty coat with high heels carrying her handbag stop a bus driver and force him to open the doors. That got us on a bus really quick. We kind of lost Jim in the rush. Now he had the keys, so when we did return around 6 am Inge and I had to wait for him in the lobby where pillows became bed. Later on it turned out that our calls didn't reach him, ...
... Henna painting done. I had my hand painted and Rod had a Cobra painted on the inside of his wrist. Then a main meal of barbecued lamb, chicken and a type of beef sausage, with many salads. Then the music changed and became louder, to the appearance of a belly dancer. The sand dunes were lit by lights and the dancer spun, swirled and moved with precision to the rhythm of the music! What an evening! The most amazingly organised tour we have been on and worth every ...
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