Delmon Hotel Apartments
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... on the south/right side of street, next to the caravan restaurant) pretty quick. On the way there passing by a car rental place that offered Ferrari, Rolls Royce and Bentleys.
Tickets to Muscat were 55 Dirham (about 10€) and the bus was leaving in 2 hours. So I still had some time but not much to do there so I set down in the bus that was waiting. The seat allocated moved around a couple of people (quite rudely) and we were off to ...
... they had the chance to see it! I had to wear a headscarf and long sleeves and long skirt ( or pants were ok!) and the guys had to wear long sleeves and pants. It was an experience and we were really glad that we had our own special guide/driver. Thanx Craig!! Next we went off to the Souq. Talk about overwhelming! So much to see and everyone offering something. Perfume, pashminas, camels ...
The Sultanate of Oman is located at the eastern end of the Arabian peninsula and bordered by the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yeman. Prior to 1970 Oman was an underdeveloped nation and pretty much closed to visitors. We would have never guessed that when we arrived to spend some time with Patrick's sister and brother-in-law, Michelle and Randy. The progress since 1970 has been amazingly quick, the buildings, shopping ...
... as our journey westward continued. In order to save time in Ahmendabad, our first stop this morning was the control tower of Udaipur in order to file the flight plan from Ahmendabad to Muscat. We figured this would also help our chances of working the system in Ahmendabad on our own to avoid the handling agents.
After taking care of that, we set off to the terminal for our plane. Security in India is ridiculous and it took a long time for us ...
... less technology, less modern, less progressive, more dust and camels... Besides the bizarre shaped letters of the Arabic language on advertisement signs and the sporadic Islamic temples, I would think I was in Germany or another modern European country...
I'll check in tomorrow. We're off to Katmandu, Nepal!!!! Again, I have no idea what to expect. I just hope there's more caviar on the way!!!
Love to all,