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 …
... The first 400 km were smooth , we were going on 170 km/hr speed, the thing we dint consider was how hot the road is going to be , the road to Salalah is through a desert and its just a single road , prone to a lot of accidents . Due to the heat ,our tire bursted at the speed of 170, and even a part of our bummer chipped out, it was so terrifying, but these are things you expect on a road trip, After replacing the tire with the spare tire , we maintained slow speed , for ...
... Martin however was too slow off the mark and missed it, oops. We were a bit concerned about the balance of the ship as 1000 plus over fed cruisers all ran to the starboard side of the ship, but fortunately we managed to stay upright :0). Perhaps Sids granny sent Precious along to look after us while we go through the pirate seas? That pretty much covers the highlights of our first day of four at ...
... this legal scam started way above that rate. Although there was slight room for negotiations I overheard a 2 hour tour was still coming out at €200. That was their absolute bottom price. With the price of petrol in Oman at 20p/ltr, it is cheaper to hire a taxi in Central London!! Later on that evening we learned that Margaret and Jim shared a taxi with another couple which cost them an €80 round trip and, surprise, surprise, the taxi ...
... 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 ...