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The most amusing part to begin our adventure across the sand was the fact we rolled into the desert with local radio up loud hammering out Shania Twain, not exactly how I pictured my desert soundtrack. We hopped out our jeeps early on and did what any other young person would do when in that situation; run around like a ...
... Bin Said since 1970 and has flourished under his rule. He has worked to increase tourism in Oman, as well as other businesses using the money that the petroleum industry has brought in. They know that the oil industry will not last forever, so have a goal to reduce their dependence on the oil industry, which is currently about 50% of their economy, to about 20 to 30% in the next several years.
We finally arrived at the Nizwa and began with a tour of the ...
... around but finished pretty quick and decided to wait (and catch up on the blog) in a Costa Coffee shop for Aziz to call me.
A little later he called and told me he was on the way and I should meet him in the car park at the lifts. Somehow we missed each other and had to meet up in another way but it eventually all worked out. Aziz is a cool guy, self-employed at 26 and runs a construction company which keeps him very busy, so that we had to pass by his ...
... him as I was bargaining hard in Omani Rials, but we had rupees left over and he said he would take payment in any currency, fortunately I have an app for that so eventually our deal was sealed and off I went. As well as frankincense, Oman is famous for its silver, the most famous items are silver daggers, but we decided that UK customs may not be too happy about us bringing one of those back so we decided to settle for something smaller. When we were in India, back in ...
... that we could all play in. Upon further investigation we discovered another pool and opted to stay where we were. The other pool didn't provide enough shade! There was also a playground that both the girls loved and beach access. Daisie made a new friend named Kate and she was able to play for awhile with her. The boys took Emma to the beach and I got to lounge by the pool with my margarita and enjoy the ...