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Oman day 5. We have had a great time thus far in Oman. Last night we attended 'Turandot' an Italian Opera at the Muscat opera house. Despite being our first opera we were wowed by the grandiose design and detail of the building which looks fantastic by night. It came with subtitles. There was a huge cast; I counted 165 performers at one stage. The set design was more impressive than any play I've seen. ...
... so when he became the sultan after he exiled his father as he did not like the way he was ruling the country, he decided the maximum height of the buildings can be only four stories. Most buildings are white as that was the order of the Sultan but today there are different shades of browns. It is raining today Sunday 14th, we are heading back through the remnants of the cyclone so it is a bit rough but not as bad as the other ...
... I love a curry breakfast!) with some coconut chutney and a plate of fruit. Then headed off to a marina. The taxi to the marina was expensive £14 (!) for a 10 minute drive. I found the dive centre, but then they said they were cancelling due to the weather!! It's quite windy and there is a lot of dust in the air. They are expecting a sandstorm to come over from Dubai. So don't want to go out incase the weather gets worse. All the dive boats were cancelling. Bit of a shame, ...
... or enjoyment. We joined our Belgian friend Hilde who is kindly letting us stay, along with some of her new acquaintances at a favourite cafe. It was great to see that the daily football matches still take place an hour or so before sunset when the temperature starts to reduce a little. There have been a significant number of changes in Muscat including a major new expressway, new roadlinks, a new air terminal under construction and the opening of a world ...
... candle holder. It “unscrews” from a wound up shape, which kind of resembles a flower about to bloom. When you unscrew it, it has a small pedestal inside for the candle! After we went to the souk, we walked around the corniche, which is the harbor area. We ended up at a little restaurant with outdoor seating where we just wanted to grab a snack. Everything was going well, that was until our new best friend ever Lana came to sit with us. We ...