Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum
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... window and by the time things
settled down it was getting too late to explore the high mountains of
those two beautiful countries. Another year maybe.
My nephew, Darach, has been raving
about Oman since he went there to work and another nephew, Matteo,
also now working in Muscat, is equally fulsome in his praise. Why
not? With a flight and a 4x4 booked and a vague ...
Monday 12th May Muscat. We take the Coast road to Sur where we will head inland to spend the night at the Wahiba Sands Desert Camp. We are driving along new modern asphalt roads but as we are in a 4 wheel drive vehicle we often go off on to side roads exploring the narrow alleyways, up and down the narrow wadis ,at times have to fold in the side mirrors to fit thru very narrow spaces in the villages. First stop was Yiti, a small fishing village. Then Quraiyat. Explored the-limestone ...
... what Oman has to offer and very lucky to have Uncle Craig and Auntie Nicole as our hosts. They have made our visit here most pleasurable and taken us to some exciting places! Thanks you guys:) Today, we are packing up and heading to Ahbi Dahbi in the UAE. Not looking forward to the 5 hour drive and looking forward to seeing Ahbi Dahbi! Can't believe we are leaving on Friday:(. We still have more adventures so stay tuned! Love and hugs Mama ...
... not happening). By the time we got to the shopping center not only were we drenched in sweat, but the stores were already beginning to close until the reopened later in the evening. With our options quickly decreasing, we decided to go to a restaurant called Nando's for lunch. Of course this very average meal would end up being the most any of us had spent on a meal leaving us in a bad mood. We eventually were able to find a taxi back ...
... 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.