Crowne Plaza Resort Salalah
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... set, Joe, a member of our quiz team also won a prize, so the few hundred people there were beginning to suspect it had been rigged in our favour! As a result of my injury I didn't go with Christine, Craig, Val, Doug and Kathy into Salalah township but as it turned out they were only gone a couple of hours and the stop was not really worthwhile. It is out of the way and trying to ...
... at which point Nathan and I parted ways as he made a beeline to the closest place with food, and I towards the merchants, where I became acquaintances with Kafil. When I first entered the markets, strong scents violently struck me in the face, but as we moved along from one merchant to the next, the perfume gradually melted into the background, swirling itself within my olfactory organs every time I took in a breath. Kafil explained to me that the smell was ...
... largest one in the Sultanate of Oman. Haffa is the old town (where the Souq is). The newer part of town ...still looks very unmodern ...no high rises. Very dusty - desert - but with little green spots of oasis!!..it is all very neat and tidy. When we sailed out of Muscat the other day - very nice views ...couldn't resist pics!! Will try to include here ,...despite the clock running at this cyber cafe!! On to Jordan ...visit Petra. Then 4 sea days to Israel ( ...
... 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 ...
... 8216;the next one. You win’.
‘G58, C’mon G58’, I chanted under my breath.
‘G – Genova: achtundfunfsig’
‘You win! you win!’, I cried.
‘…Fifty eight…’ the bingo caller continued
Not the €25,000 advertised but €80 euros is better than nothing. If she had won this yesterday, it could have paid for a return taxi fare in to Salalah!!