Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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A long day ahead of us as Ahmed our driver picked us up at 8am for a drive to Nizwa,the old capital, jabal sham 3500 ft high canyon and misfat,oman's oldest village. On the way we passed the airport,which when we arrived were pleased to see had a certain Arabian end of the line railway station air to it. not sterile like other mid-east airports. low level and built in the vernacular. people all crowding around outside haggling for taxis etc. Ahmed burst our ...
... idea for an unfit septuagenarian to go marching up
goat tracks with Matteo eyeing up the climb and thinking running up
this would make a good training session while Sarah skips happily
ahead and I find endless things to photograph. They take pity on me
and adopt a moderate pace. We eventually drop down into a bowl in the
hills which contains an abandoned village. People lived, loved and
farmed here. It seems a million light years away from the bustling
... plain, Jabrin Castle is an impressive sight. We had an Audio guide which made the experience much more satisfying, we spoke to the guys in charge and this is a first for Oman and somewhat of a trial for other tourist attractions which are being developed. Tourism is really in its infancy but there is a concerted effort to develop it to offset the one dimensional oil economy. Loved the horse room upstairs on the second floor this is where where the sultan kept his favourite horse ...
We had planned our departure for 7am, an hour before the rest of the group, and an hour before the others were allowed to leave by using the handling agent. By making our own flight plan with the controller the previous day, we could plan as we wanted. It did though mean an early taxi ride in the dark with Imran's brother and before any breakfast.
This day would have two flights, the first to Ahmendabad to clear customs, and the second to ...
... that spiked all along the city and traced all the old little forts that dotted the ridges and were still basically intact even though they were hundreds of years old. After a day driving and seeing the sights we said goodbye to our new friends from Italy and once again went down to the town for another amazing meal of grilled meat and other Arabic treats.
Our final morning in Oman was spent generally trying to avoid the heat. It was approaching 45 degrees ...