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... square in Khasab, with the locals, sitting on plastic chairs… no high-rises anywhere, a gentle breeze and no particular place to be at, except where we were. Too bad Fabyan is such a social bird that he could not come. He would have enjoyed the half day dhow cruise and seeing the coloured fish while we snorkelled, or admired the many dolphins who followed the boat for a while.
22 octobre Mussandan
Woke up rather early. Waited for the breakfast. The owner wanted to
renegotiate the price again, from 20 to 25 Rial ( ~500 SEK)…..with no hot
water, no curtains and empty tins for breakfast – NOPE! We did some pronto and
drove for Khasab. Passed the border in 30 min’s and it was nice to be back in
During the ride we could see that rain had fallen from Sohar to
Josannah. Lots of water on the roads! Strange to see ...
At 1971 new pearl has appear to the world. This pearl contain 7 shiny stars. At 2/12/1971
a new pearl appear, called United Arab Emirates. Across this 40 years, UAE become many famous in many things. And every year at 2/12 UAE citizen design their houses and streets and their neighborhood with UAE flags and UAE colors. In Al Rams we did many ...
... did find it in time to slow down and make the turn without causing any wreaks on the highway. However, as I expected, it was a crowded mess of cars – 10 businesses including 4 restaurants and only 40 parking places at lunchtime. I found a place to park the car on the side of a road as Pooja went in the McDonalds looking for Yahil. It took around 15 min. for Pooja to find him as he was somewhere else (near the McDonalds). He got in the car and we were off to ...
... also to India. The climate and isolation must have been too much for them though, and it was only manned for 10 years. We stopped on the other side of the island and snorkeled for an hour and a half. It was really cool---there was lots of cool coral and fish to look at---wish I would’ve had an underwater camera! There were tons of purple sea urchins though, so you had to be careful not to touch bottom (good automatic coral protection!). This was only ...