Al Wadi Hotel
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... our own secret supplies! Now back resting in our room, beers from room service in case anybody was worried. Pre dinner drinks at the pool bar before settling on the buffet style restaurant for tea, lots of different meats to choose from, Deb had the fish curry and it was all finished of with creme brûlée. OMAN DAY TWO Been fairly busy (well not really in the great scheme of things) so we're having a day off today. Slow start and down ...
Proper dune bashing adventure to the campsite, with only about 4 getting stuck instances!
Really nice area to camp and got there just in time for sunset, weather perfect now.
Great food and great company, including the random camel guy in the morning and potentially the owner of some of the strange footprints depending on who/what they belonged to, and excluding the scorpion under my ...
... Ocean before driving on to the oldest mosque in the UAE at al-Badiyah. No non-muslims were allowed inside as apparently 5 or so years previously some Russian tourists decided to sit inside the mosque drinking beer so the local government banned tour groups from entering the mosque. Nearby was the remains of an old Portuguese fortress which had great views over the mountains. Our final stop was at the Fujairah fortress, the oldest fortified building ...
Well rested, I'm off to see Jabal Shams. My guide book says after 6.5 Ks you reach the
end of the paved road. You're right again. The gleaming blacktop
carries on and on rising into the lofty peaks. But first I stop off
at Ghul and do a bit of very tame wadi bashing. Wadis are the
beautiful equivalent of our seaside. Families drive up to the cool
pools and the shade of trees for picnics. Young children ...
Off to my last adventure in Oman today. From the Oman Off Road Book I wanted to explore the area of Western Hajar, a mountain range about 200 km southwest of Muscat. The major city to get to was Nizwa and from there it was back roads.
All of Nizwa is being rebuilt at the moment and it's a single construction site. I tried to drive around the town only to find out that the road I took was blocked off after about 10 km. Instead of turning back I tried ...