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... else in my group. Yes this is a guided holiday. Herding a plenty here. Reunited with our passports after being whizzed through immigration like royalty, we were introduced to our tour guide for the week, who judging by the size of him had ended his last tour by eating the entire group. I know it's not nice to laugh at fat people, especially as I'm carrying some chub myself, but this guy, named Ala, is seriously fat. Like 'when he sat down ...
... in Muscat Governorate is one such operator. These tours are not confined to Muscat, the capital of Oman. Both Musandam and the city of Sur in A'Sharqiyah South Governorate (Eastern Region) are well noted for cruises.
Oman shelters a large number of migratory birds. They migrate during specific seasons. Just like humans, they would migrate to countries such as Oman to spend their winters. One such creature ...
... customer of the day, only to discover very quickly, with my extremely limited Arabic and to their disappointment, that they had a very hairy man in their shop who had no intention of letting go of his "disciple" look. The son could only speak a few words of English and he understood what i was wanting when I pointed up and uttered "Citadel" trying to not sound Scottish.
He then gave me the directions in full Arabic with an interjection of the word "Street!" every time ...
We had a long flight with not much excitement, first time to fly on an Airbus, seated like 400+ people. One of the girls on our tour got sick and up chucked in her free blanket the airlines give us. They took our passports at the airport which was scary, then we watched Dr. Anderson do a ventriloquist ...
... because of its steep sides in the east, provided a natural fortification on the West side of Jerusalem. The Crusaders in 1099 thought that the site was Samuel's burial location, Ramah, but it was too far off the Way of the Patriarchs to be a likely candidate. Ramah was probably further east.
Gibeah had a nice panoramic view once we climbed onto the third story, but it was sort of a let-down with regard to physical appearance. It boasted ...