Travel Blogs from Muscat
... 2. Day 2: Today has been a really eventful day after a good start with the first group climbing in Wadi Mayh. The second group had team games on the beach and rotated at lunch time. Unfortunately, the weather turned bad and some rained risked the activities in the climbing area. Climbing outside was cancelled until Wednesday, but we made up for it by taking them to the indoor climbing and bouldering centre in Muscat where they spent the afternoon. Back at camp the rain ...
... afternoon tea….Luckily we got no penalty for late check out J After this late
“morning” Robert tried to make a shortcut. Hurry, hurry!! Probably we were
still quite dizzy cause 1 minute after we started to run the bike we have
"ground contact". We should go up hill to the main road and I wanted
to do some off road riding. I wanted to find a short cut and suddenly I lost
the control of the bike and boom! ...
... have remained intact to a palpable degree. Another observation which soon becomes apparent is that the whole of
Oman bathes in the aroma of frankinscence, which, love it or hate it,
cannot be ignored, and the country's production of the world's priciest
perfume, which is frankinscence-based, bears testimony to their usage of
nature's resources to a commercially-profitable extent. Muscat is
essentially a city divided up into roughly ...
... We have hours upon hours of classes a day. It wears on you a bit. So something beyond my control deciding to rest was totally fair.
I got home about noon, and just slept. For long enough that when the other girls got back at 7, I still wasn't awake. Once I did wake up though, I wanted my mother. Who better to take care of you when you're sick, or any other time, or all the time? That's right, no one. I think that's when I fully realized how much love I live in. Whether ...
... we bought lots of groceries and stuff for the apartment. After that we just went to a lot of different stores. Amazingly, they have lots of stores that they have in the US... Starbucks, Claire's, H&M, even TGI Friday's and I saw a store that sold Seattle's Best Coffee.
After the mall, we basically just ate dinner and hung out and slept. We like to watch the TV (in arabic obviously) and yell it out every time we hear a word we know.
I also tried ...