Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum
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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 …
... they are given the head of the goat to break open and eat the brains. It's considered an honor. So... don't take me to an interior village!
... photos and moved on.
The second and final stop on my second and final day in Muscat was the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, where I pulled up at 12:28 p.m. on the north side, which is not the main entrance; that’s located on the south side, but as the enormous mosque is located along Sultan Qaboos Freeway, it would have been way too complicated to turn back around and try to find the main entry. Oman’s largest ...
The day started slowly. I awoke around 6:30 and checked to see if Muscat, Oman could be seen from the balcony. To my disappointment it could not, only ocean in every direction as we were still moving towards our next port. Unable to return to sleep I checked in with schools and showered, trying not to disturb JoRina. An hour seemed like two. After a while I was able to sleep for another hour before we docked in ...
... Eve, these two are going to get the presents which are wrapped and stored beneath the bed and place them beneath the Christmas Tree pictures. They will leave their sliding glass balcony door ajar and, when everyone awakens on Christmas morning, they will explain that Santa had indeed found them right here on board the ship. They beamed as they told me their Christmas tale over a frosty drink at the bar. He will soon be discharged from the Navy whereupon they will move back home ...