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... 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 ...
... them outside a souk!! Many travellers were getting straight back on the shuttle bus to the ship and, like us, decided to spend the day on board, soaking up the sun and good weather.
As we arrived back at the quay to reboard the Lirica, we bumped in to 3 of the Irish contingent who we first met during our life jacket muster station exercise.
"I wouldn’t bother going to the port gate." I announced to the lady who was nearest to ...
Sunny and 86 degrees is the weather forecast as we dock in our first stop in the country of Oman. It is a surprising country with beautiful ocean beaches, deserts and lush green mountains. Home to about 2.7million people it is a relatively modern country. The current sultan, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, was born in Salalah and since rising to the throne in the 1970s has transformed Oman into a modern country with schools, hospitals, roads etc. Before he assumed the ...
... jobs there. The French grocery chain, Carrefour, had another hyper-market there, so we had a good time wandering the aisles looking at all the odd stuff and familiar stuff with odd labels. There was a big section of canned ghee which, for those of you who remember Little Black Sambo or the PC version, Little Babaji, is what the tigers melt into when they run around the tree. There were huge bags of rice and an entire aisle of various curry spices. Dates in every ...