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... Frankincense Trail and there are still many Frankincense trees in the area. Frankincense was important to many ancient religions, especially at weddings and is still used today as a fragrance for public buiAfter Salalah we are at sea for a few days as we pass through the Gulf of Aden, bordered on the east by Yemen and on the west by Somalia, then into the Red Sea heading for Jordan then the Suez Canal. Egypt ...
... Called the "empty quarter", he said it is the largest sand desert in the world. As a Bedouin, it is his home and he considers it a "must-see" in Oman.
Back on the ship, Karl & I had a drink and split a hamburger for dinner. We went to the show (a repeat of comedian Frank King) and the movie. Since we had a light dinner, we had a little late night snack in the Lido and then did some stargazing before heading for bed.
Next: We sail through the Red Sea on our way to ...
Day one at sea and we have definitely noticed the humidity has dropped as well as the temperatures. Instead of temperatures in the mid to high thirties and humidity around 80% we are now having temperatures in the upper twenties which to be honest is quite refreshing (Martin is saying cold). The weather definitely feels more Mediterranean than tropical, although we are still a long way away from ...
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Salalah or as they say in Oman صلالة; 206; is the capital and seat of the governor or Wali. ‘Where’s Wali?’ I hear you say!! Wali is part of the southern Omani province of Dhofar.
Salalah is the second largest city in the Sultanate of Oman, and the largest city in the Dhofar Provence. Salalah is the birthplace of the Sultan Qaboos bin ...
... a rum punch but it was not like Barnacle Billy's so we will not try one again. Trivia was a bust. Should have taken a nap.
Compass Rose was our venue for dinner tonight and it was roast turkey, one of our favorites. It was extremely good.
We now have four sea days in front of us. Hope the Captain does not call any more codes.
Until next ...