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... that during our three days at sea before reaching Oman. It was beautiful on deck in the evening -- and we also lucked out in that there was no moon, so the stars were amazing. We hadn't seen the night skies so clearly for a long time.
The rest of our time at sea was pretty normal -- arts & crafts, lectures, demonstrations, and shows. We arrived in our second port in Oman at about 8:00 AM. The day was predicted to be pretty nice -- high around 82 degrees and sunny. I ...
... 200 km and we stopped every 100 km at a gas station to let the tires cool down. the temperature was around 50 degrees. Around 800 km the temperature reduces, as we near Salalah. The moment you cross the border, there is fog everywhere , and its really cold. Its amazing,greenery everywhere. we went to a lot of beaches , the most beautiful beach and the one i loved was the Mugsail beach near that there is Marneef cave. It was spectacular. other tourist spots were Hot ...
Today we docked in our second port in Oman, Salalah. The port is the biggest in the country and under the old Sultan this was also the capital. We are about 25 kms outside the town and we have taken a good look at all the information about the sights and we are undecided about what we are going to do. We breakfast and debate the possibilities, then get chatting to some people we met earlier in the cruise. I doubt we will ever meet more ...
... this legal scam started way above that rate. Although there was slight room for negotiations I overheard a 2 hour tour was still coming out at €200. That was their absolute bottom price. With the price of petrol in Oman at 20p/ltr, it is cheaper to hire a taxi in Central London!! Later on that evening we learned that Margaret and Jim shared a taxi with another couple which cost them an €80 round trip and, surprise, surprise, the taxi ...
... palm trees are coated in a dust of pinkish beige! Apparently this area gets the monsoons in July and August so everything turns green and lush for a few weeks. They are swamped with tourists then. The rest of the year it is a desert and everything becomes coated in dust. Our tour took us up the mountains to Job's tomb (hmm...) which was less than spectacular, but the ride there was very interesting especially when we had to stop for camels in the road. I had not ...