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... In the interests of your safety and the safety of other guests, please avoid moving slower than a snail, especially at lunch time in the buffet as those people who can walk without the aid of a stick or other artificial contraption are obstructed by you and by the time they get back to their table the food they have just chosen is past its sell by date!!!’
From Muscat we now have a whole day at sea before we dock in Salalah, Oman’s second city based in the South of the ...
... a rental car and headed to the town of Nizwa. We spent our days wandering around ancient villages, meandering around the souk (market), visiting forts and generally soaking in the uniqueness of a different world. All while feasting on deliciously cheap meals of grilled meats, hummus and tomato/cucumber salads wrapped up in a pita.
On our way out of Nizwa, we stopped at a very remote souk, in the town of Sinaw. Not a tourist town at all, and ...
... Was looking forwards to being back in Thailand for the food and lunch soon came around, I ordered sweet and sour prawns which got lost In translation and chicken arrived, same same but different as the thai's would say, was really good either way. We went out to the night market and had a full fish and vegetables between us, the next day we really outdid ourselves and ordered a full fish, mussels, cockles, squid, prawns, chicken satay ...
... ports in Iran, Pakistan & India. Muscat's position near the entrance to the Persian Gulf invited an involvement in the great trade routes. In fact one can still go shopping for gold, frankincense & myrrh at the Muttrah souk!
Geologically, plate techtonics has forced up the ancient seabed to form the dry jagged limestone mountains that hem in & complicate Muscat's design.
... there, unbelievably, the captains of the PC12s and one of the TBMs showed up to clear up discrepancies in their flight plan. Again, I hate to say it, but a bit of schadenfreude. Our friendly air traffic control officer was still listenting to the drone of the dot-matrix printer off to the side of his desk. Over the past couple hours the stack of printed paper had grown considerably to a couple inches high. Judging by the stacks in the corner, there ...