Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pointing out the brand new one being built which will be the largest in Mid East he said with pride. it was strange to actually have a local person do something for you,unlike Qatar . The countryside all the way was mainly gravelly scrub with quite a few palm trees but these were overshadowed by massive mountains all bathed in sun turning them all various shades of red. Nizva has an impressive Portuguese fort built 500 years ago and heavily restored but ...
... the Sultan's yacht, liner, it could be either and the
4x4s and top of the range European cars taking their mobile paseo
just over the hills.
We follow a dry
wadi down to Old Muscat, explore the souk and then I discover my
Omani drink, lemon water with mint. Away with you alcohol, this is
the nectar of the gods. We collect another Turkish meal on the way
home and are joined briefly by another friend of Matteo's, a wealthy
Omani and hear a ...
Surprisingly the Bedouin came back at 6 in the morning and gave me my 20 Rial and drove me down back to the road. He got out in the middle of nowhere (no tents, camels or palm trees around for at least a kilometre) and I asked him if I should take him anywhere, but he was fine.
He even stopped by a couple of minutes later when I stopped at the side of the road to see where I was going next. I decided to drive to Wadi Batha ...
Today started off with hopes of campfires, hot dogs and tenting on the beach. Unfortunately, the weather had other ideas! We knew that there was a possibility of rain, we just thought it would happen later in the week! We got to the beach after an amazing drive through the mountains (love the mountains here) and it was 25 degrees and sunny. We saw camels, goats and donkeys. As soon as we hit the coast though, the ...
... eating and drinking! We enjoyed the laziness of beginning a week in the one place after one or two-night stands throughout the trip.
The Omani rial is a high value currency so changing it into 'small money' to keep tips reasonable is essential! Handing a $A15 tip to a room service waiter for a $30 bottle of wine is silly, I worked out after I had done it!