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... you're a local Emirati, but even to some locals, they have not been to this place, yet they've just heard of it. Khatt Hot Spring is a natural hot spring due to the heated underground water by the earth's core. Hot springs are proven to be therapeutic, the natural heat can take away stresses, body pains, and proven to be relaxing as well as refreshing afterwards. With the heat at 38 degrees, you won't be able to stay long for more than 15 minutes.
... years ago. The more I looked, the more rocks walls I could find in the nearby hills. The house itself was modernized but completely boarded up, so I couldn't even peer through the windows. The house was on the edge of a cliff overlooking the goat paddock, so we needed to find a way down and found a worn path that we figured would be the simplest way down. I decided to try and take a shortcut directly down a gully while my host took the path the long way around. My ...
... taking a run along the beach in company of many Omanian guys walking for
exercise. So a harmonic and very romantic ending of this day as it turns into
night. A hungry fox was running around the beach the whole night. Hauling and
looking for remaining’s from the mobile barbeque take away that was parked
opposite our “bedroom”. Farewell daylight – hello moon and hello starlight. The
waves will be our bedtime story for this ...
We brought back the kayaks to the storage building rented at Khasab Travel & Tours. And then the minibus took us back to the hotel where we could, at last, have a real shower!
For dinner we went in town to eat at Al Shamalyi.
... through some travel books while hubby did the honors. Surprisingly not many folks crossing the border, we were expecting more because of the holiday. A few expats like ourselves, and a larger number of locals who had a much quicker crossing than we did.
Once through the border post we were almost immediately at the shore, with tall mountains on the right and bright-blue water on the left. ...