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... kinds. I do like their organisation, gold souk and spice souk are well know, but "utensil souk"...?!?!... I was in heaven, you buy everything from a teaspoon to a pot big enough to boil a camel. I did manage to buy some beautiful little spoons. Gold souk was extravagant in every way but the yellow brassy gold isn't really our thing. There was some lovely jewellery, but it wasn't cheap. Spice souk, OMG... I wished we had one is Australia, everything was so ...
... one of the oldest villages in Oman and still has many old mudbrick homes, although some are in a sorry state of repair.
Misfat, on the mountain above Al Hamra was our favourite village, with date plantations terraced all through the village. Only locals can drive through this village as the lanes are too narrow, so it was another short walk in the heat! This wasn't the best time to visit Oman, having to cope ...
... went to the Dubai beach that looks over the Arabian sea. Dubai actually imports its sand from *****ia.
Anyway, we got back from our tour at 2:30 and had lunch across the road from our hotel. We got a massive, and I mean massive bowl of hummus with lebanese bread for only 4 dirham. Thats like, $1.20 our money. The food here really is cheap... Then before we knew it, it was time for the Desert safari. We were picked up at our hotel in a ...
... like heaven and that I now must go back and get. And that
mall was still hopping when I left at just after midnight!
Then, realizing that I had a lot of life in me, I headed
down to the Dubai Marina, a more chichi area. I quickly made friends because a
lot of poor schmucks were having a hell of a time getting into the clubs (the
doormen are pretty rough and elitist), and they’re not fond of letting men in
without some sort of a ...
... lounge for breakfast as we couldn't possibly face more curry for breakfast.
Liam's eyes nearly fell out of his head with the various cars racing past us though, Ferraris, Porsches and the odd Rolls or ten kept him open mouthed, while Eva has discovered that Middle Eastern woman are going through an "eyebrow thing"....the current fashion is thick, pointed and heavily painted eyebrows. The many nudges and not-so-subtle gesturing in certain directions had me ...
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