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Travel Blogs from Muttrah
As things stand, the Middle East happened to have been one of the few
areas of the globe with which I was only vaguely familiar, so a trip to
Oman and Bahrain was destined to put paid to that branch of neglect and
see exactly what constitutes the true spirit of Arabia. Oman was as
indicative and illustrative a place to start as …
... and plant water (if you see what I mean) comes from recycled water. There are very few native plants (this being a desert) so they import and nurture them. Like the Israelis, they have made the desert bloom.
Whatever he is doing, he appears to be doing something right! Compared to Cochin and Mumbai Mina Qaboos (Muscat) is pristine with gleaming white and cream buildings and an air of prosperity.
... a lunch BBQ with steak, chicken, ribs and corn on the cob. What a change from the usual. The ship is packed on the pool decks and people are complaining about a lack of chairs. This is why I awoke at such an ungodly hour on my vacation. As I am writing this a woman is complaining to the pool attendant about the lack of seats, his response to her was he keeps saying that the ship needs to order more deck chairs or decrease the number of ...
There are other entries written over the course of the week that haven't been published yet. I'll publish them later, because right now I'm packing.
Packing. Putting everything in suitcases and....leaving.
I can honestly say I have no idea why I'm crying right now. Because this isn't real, right? Leaving Oman seems so impossible. I don't want to.
Something that I have slowly come to believe is that there is a ...
As it turns out, kitchens aren't open during Ramadan. Or, the one in our hotel wasn’t. Yesterday was Lily’s birthday, and we didn’t get to celebrate in the same extravagant way we did for Stephanie’s. We had to pack. It was time to move in with host families.
Still, though, she needed a cake. And we had cake mix. So all the sudden, half of the girls were in our room, eating, talking, and baking. Or trying to bake, anyways. We don’t have ovens in ...