Crowne Plaza Resort Salalah
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A very different place. The landscape looks like desert but this area gets monsoon rains and so the land can be watered and is very fertile. Lots of coconut palms, banana trees, papaya and of course frankincense trees which was the original trading product here. Most of the city has been built since the 1970's so everything looks new and is …
... my friends. Salalah during summer , have a special season called Khareef season. The weather is cool but humid and Its amazing how salalah has such a wonderful weather,during peak summer. So our journey started from muscat ,we were travelling by car. we had bought new shades ,hats ,flip flops all ready for a road trip but we forgot to check the tires just in case, which is very important for a road trip. we left around 5 am , and it takes around 12 hours to ...
... thing to do at this point, but as we weren't allowed to put all the stupid people in a lifeboat and set them afloat, we left them to their histrionics. We did however have a very welcome visitor. A large whale of unknown species surfaced about 30 metres away from the ship, had a little rest and then quietly slipped below the surface to continue its journey across the oceans. What a ...
... as we approached, saw it was a price guide to various destinations. Most of the destinations meant nothing except ‘downtown’. This was priced as 10 Omani Rial for 2 persons and 15 Omani Rial for 4 persons, one way!! There are approximately €2 = 1 Rial so a return trip downtown would cost €40!! It also mentioned on the board that these were MINIMUM charges so, as we listened to the negotiations, the 2 men who seemed to ...
... so glad we did! It was a great opportunity to see how the local people live. It was not huge, but had the usual mall-type stores although they were (mostly) not the international chains. We stopped in Purely Gold, a jewelry store, to meet Hector's niece who worked there. Being Filipino, she had a great name: Dimple. She seemed thrilled that we had looked her up and her boss was kind enough to take our picture. 20% of the population in the UAE is Filipino because they ...