Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum
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... with sections of the mall decorated in the country of his visit, stunning. Then there is information boards about his travel, one section is about astronomy, all very interesting. It's more like being in a museum as well as a beautiful mall. Then of course there is the shopping as well.!!! It was nice being in Dubai as the temps were cooler than Muscat. Here temps have been in the 40's. I feel that I am a prisoner to the AC. As I daren't go outside it is just toooo ...
This morning Ahmed had arranged for us to go out on a friend's boat to see if we could find some dolphins (coals to Newcastle I know) but we didn't but carried on towards some peaceful coves and small islands further down the coast where we had our first proper snorkelling. We saw turtles and Kate followed them around whilst Sebastian ...
... party, it's more a welcome
for 2 Irish girls just arrived in Oman and Matteo and I and another
quiet lad in the corner are the only menfolk there. Eight Irish girls
enjoying the crack and chatting is something to behold and the noise
level is beyond decibels. All great fun.
Thanks to friend
Aidan I finally solve the problem of uploading the Oman map on my
Garmin GPS. I now have a fully functioning map of Oman on my beloved
... iPhone and iPad were two of the better sellers apparently, but I went for the more traditional rose. Particularly as I still had a cold, and my sense of smell wasn't particularly good, and Martin didn't seem to have much to say on which one he liked the best. I hope it smells nice post woman flu. Shopping complete, we decide to walk around town for a while, wandering on and out of the shops and passing countless tailors all hard at work. We meet yet more Indian shop ...
... leg, driving back to Muscat to visit Al Alam Palace. This is in the new suburb of Muscat and is one of 8 Palaces owned by Sultan Quaboos. The Sultan is a very reserved person and no one knows much about his private life; how many wives he has or indeed children. When he dies, he will have already chosen a successor to his throne. The next in line is not necessarily the eldest son, it is who the Sultan choses. It might even be his favourite camel if he so wishes!!