- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... are and we now understood why the turban was invented. there was a wind storm happening and we were protected not just for the wind but also they were keeping our heads warm. the ride itself sent me into fits of giggles fairly often, especially as I tried to sit there and take in all of my surroundings. The amazing sand dunes, the mountains, the sunset, our camel guide, so much to see. Then a cell phone rang...yup....camel guide got a call!!! Lol. We caught up to two ...
... Most Oases are strung out in a line because channels (called khettaras) which are built to control the flow of the water. Peter's driving, Brian's excitement and my clenching have been brought to a whole new level. At one point I actually got out of the car - no make that two points. And I have only done that once before in my entire life (Woody, OO, Watt's do you remember Bridal Vail Falls?) ... This was worse. Hopefully the pictures and videos do it ...
... ourselves almost surrounded at one point by 4x4s and scrambler motorbikers stirring up the sand with their tyres. They seemed to be based out of some ramshackle mud houses within a long and wide strip of the poisonous gourd trees. Lahsen explains that when the rain comes down off the mountains once a year it washes along here in a wide river, and takes with it all the dwellings which are then rebuilt annually. As the sun beats down, we trek on and begin our climb. I ...
... very ******. I guessed he’s been forced off the road one to many times. And today he’s determined that he’s not giving way to ANYBODY. So we and the oncoming car barrel towards each other as my driver curses and swears… last split second, the other guys swerves off onto the rocky shoulder... Another car… closer… closer… vooom—he swerves off.
Here comes another…. ...
... It’s a beautiful moment, looking to the west and letting all the experiences of the last 3 days start to soak in. But now I must make a choice: I might be able to find a place to stay the night here, and continue my hike tomorrow. But another part of me wants a change of pace… I can’t just hike through endless mud earth villages—fascinating as they might be—lest ...