Haffa House Hotel
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... their tribe. Although still tribal Oman is not experiencing any tribal conflict. Men wear flowing white robes with cute caps hand embroidered. The way the head scarf is worn is emblematic of their tribe. The women are more noticeable as they might be wearing a niqab or showing their face in a more colourful Abaya. It is the same in the Emirates, men wearing the rings on top of their flowing scarf are from Dubai. Ask Saif what would happen if ...
it's never safe to organise too much – I am on my way to explore
the hinterland of Oman on 4 wheels and not two. I did check out that
possibility but the cost of renting a bike brought tears to my eyes.
Right, it looks like the blog is
Matteo, my nephew is waiting and after
a lengthy immigration process, I always change to ...
... it, a traditional Omani designed anklet, I had some fitting advice from one of the ladies inside, had a little bargain and I am now, at long last the happy owner of an anklet. By now it is early afternoon, and the heat and woman flu is taking its toll. The souk also closes in the afternoon, so we decide to go back to the ship to get out of the sun and return later. I think Martin must have been concerned that I had developed shopping fever because later, when we returned ...
What a wonderful time we had with Michelle and Randy in Muscat, Oman. Our days were filled with museum visits, shopping in various souks (markets), dinners at a different ethnic resturant (Indian, Turkish, Omani and even British) most every night. When we didn't go out there was American style burgers and steaks. I even had ...
... age of 6 and by 10, they're expected to pray 5 times a day and memorize the entire Quran. All I know is, "In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth..." - But I do know all of, "there once was a man from nantucket..."
I did have to wear a scarf into the mosque. Many of the women on the trip were quite upset about it but I was oddly comfortable wearing it. I felt like my mom in the 60's.
So, the current Sultan, ...