Delmon Hotel Apartments
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Oman is amazing!!! We got here yesterday from Bahrain around sunset. We had dinner last night at a great, hole in the wall, Omani restaurant. I basically ordered a glorified cheese and olive quesadilla and it was so delicious! Today, we climbed a mountain!! We straight-up hiked through the Hajar Mountains! We started out near a park where a lot of …
We went dolphin watching and snorkeling today!! We ate a quick breakfast at our hotel and then a driver picked us up to take us to the marina. We shared our excursion with another family from Prague (Czech Republic). It was so beautiful. The water was a clear, deep blue, and the weather was perfect. As we travelled, the mountains were constantly at …
... towers are positioned approximately at the same distance to each other, just here most of them were higher up and looked much more Arabic. It was a really nice walk along a newly finished pedestrian foot path and I could even go up to one of the old towers.
Further down the coast was a really picturesque fishing village, which today are probably luxury apartments, but It looked nice nonetheless.
Passing through another City Gate of Old Muscat I walked ...
... time it has grown and all the alleyways and houses around the original market have been incorporated into a labyrinth of shops and alleys busy with people buying, selling, and that most important of conversations in this part of the world, haggling. We are right in the heart of the Frankincense trail here and everywhere in the souk stall holders were selling and burning this precious resin. It is claimed to have antibacterial properties, keep Mosquitos away and smell ...
... built in the 1970s and certainly looks like it was, with its plastic-looking pastels and unusual trumpet-shaped flaring columns. The palace, we were told, is not open to visitors, nor is it the full-time residence of the Sultan. However, when the Sultan has dignitaries over such as Queen Elizabeth II, he will usually hold a banquet here in their honour.
Our final stop on this tour was not far from the ship in Muttrah at the souk. We were scheduled to have ½ hour stop ...