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For this port we got a little bit adventurous by taking a 4WD safari to Jebel Harim. Jebel Harim is a 6,200 foot high mountain that is reached by driving for about one hour on a narrow and steep gravel road up into the mountains. Since we are at sea level a mountain this high looks as impressive as our mountains in Banff, except for being in a desert. We can now visualize what the mountains in Afghanistan must ...
... it was. We arrived at the mall, parked, and were walking to the rental shop when we got a call asking where the car was. We said we were already back, and they said to wait at the car for them to arrive. 25 minutes later, the girl who rented the car to us finally found us. She inspects the car, signs off, and we are free to go (which was lucky because when I pulled out of where we parked the car overnight, which was pretty much a construction pull off, the car scraped ...
... assis sur des chaises en plastique ... pas de gratte-ciel, une brise douce et pas d’endroit particulier où se trouver à l'exception d’où nous étions. Dommage que Fabyan est un oiseau social tel qu'il ne pouvait pas venir. Il aurait apprécié la croisière d’une demi-journée en boutre, voir les poissons colorés quand nous avons fait du tuba, ou admirer les nombreux dauphins qui suivaient le bateau pendant un certain temps. ...
... played a game of Trivia in the Golden Lion, then off to dance class. We reviewed the rhumba. The afternoon was quiet and uneventful, until it was time to dress (elegant casual) for the evening. We accepted an invitation for dinner in the Lotus restaurant from Daryel and Sandra, full world voyagers from the Isle of Man. Dinner was a 6 course Asian meal that was creative and well presented. Conversation ...
... of the Brilliance of the Sea. My cabin is on the starboard side of Deck Eight. As I sit on my balcony and we sail on a northerly heading the view is of Iran. Pakistan and Afghanistan are not far away to the East and Southeast. Look at the map; we are steaming north through the Strait of Hormuz today. The sea lanes here are busy with container vessels and oil tankers plentiful. The dead calm of the sea belies the turmoil on the lands that surround me. There are ...