Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence
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... the door we were greeted by a very pleasant surprise, there was a silver bucket of ice holding a bottle of champagne, a little chocolate cake and a note that said “Happy Honeymoon”. Casually mentioning that we were here for our honeymoon had worked wonders once again! This was going to make for the perfect end to our hectic and exciting first day so I quickly twisted off the metal shroud and popped the cork so that we could have a glass of bubbly before we ...
... about. There has been other times when I have been on my knees and lower then I have ever been. I didn't handle this very well but I've learnt and it won't happen again. Maybe I will meet someone else or maybe I won't, at the end of the day you enter the game alone and you will leave it alone, I will be fine either way. I'm going to get my last flight home now, I will do one more post tomorrow and then that will be it. It's been ...
... as I had thought. Back down again I bought my book "Oman Off Road" which was recommended by Basti (you can go and pick up your copy at my parents place again - Thanks) and wandered around the mall a bit. It's really an impressive building, with and Ice skating rink and even an Aquarium (not something you have at your Chinese restaurant, but pretty much an entire Sea world) in it. The main tank is visible from the outside (for free) and has sharks, stingrays ...
... hot enough that i had a sweaty lower back going on. When i cleared customs i realised i had no way to contact Sarah and just hoped for the best that she would see me, so off i went to get a moroccan SIM card so at least i could let her know i was there. Not long after that we found each other and with our driver in tow made our way into the city. The driver spoke no english so there was a lot of hand gestures and a few ...
... 1000 BC since there have been people in this area for many years). There was some amazing pottery and bronze weapons.
I wandered around an old area of the city called the Bastakiya Quarter while Lar took a nap. One of the interesting architectural features is the wind towers which the early Arabians built to cool their houses. Partly, they had to do this because their ground floors didn't have windows in them (to prevent the women ...