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... where the shuttle bus went – a shopping mall! Along the route into town you couldn't help but peer out the window at the number of high rise buildings lining the streets, unsurprising really being the famous Abu Dhabi; one thing that I did notice early on though was the UNfinished buildings. One thing that spung out on our way into town was a big banner saying “NEW ABU DHABI SHOPPING MALL, COMING NOVEMBER 2014” behind of which laid piles of rubble, safe to ...
I leave the
mountains and follow the dual-carriageway to Muscat. I meet up with
Matteo and Darach and a welcome cup of tea and a bit of craic.
My weekend with
Darach, Ashling and the boys ...
... Whilst there is really not that much to do in Oman, it sure is a nice place to wonder around!
On that note, I did see a few things on my travels. I started in the walled Old Muscat area and saw the Sultan's Palace, Al Jalali Fort, and Al Mirani Fort. The forts were apparently so well built by the Portuguese that they are still used by the Omani military today. Needless to say, for this reason they are closed to the public. Driving through Muscat Gate, I ...
... boutique hotel, the property boasts a cafe, restaurant and lounge. Guestrooms are spacious and modern with a contemporary feel. This hotel is beautiful and apparently has the best views ever seen from a swimming pool. At 5.30 we reached the hotel, to 15°C outside. Arrived in the rain. Having drinks with the Potez when we heard the call to prayer echoing around the villages down the mountain. Went outside to the garden of the Sahab and listened before going to another wonderful ...
... litter (and no stench of rotting trash); the roads are excellent and drivers obey traffic laws, making it a very drivable country; there is not a single motorbike or tuk-tuk or trishaw to be seen. I'll miss the exoticism of South and Southeast Asia, but won't deny that it feels good to be back in a country with some familiar comforts. (To be fair, Singapore has these in abundance, too.) And Oman is certainly still exotic--"a dazzling place I never knew."
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