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... we couldn't get entrance to the inside at that time but arranged to return in na hour's time. In the mean time we went to the Grand Mosque, another enormous modern building of marble, complete with 5 minarets. We had to be clad in back robes and Susan also had a black head scarf,making her look like Sister Perpetua wile I wore my own scarf. First we ventured into the women's hall which has a carpet of English wilton marked for ...
Haven't written in a few days. On Wednesday, our last day on Koh Samui, we did a bit of shopping and had planned to enjoy our last afternoon by the pool, but the weather turned. At about 4 o'clock it got very windy and then it started raining. The rain didn't last long, but it stayed very windy for the rest of the day. We were lucky, though, as that was the only time we were a bit ...
... you rub of the henna and viola... you are done. Daisie had one hand done and both Nicole and I had a hand and foot done. So cool! While we were waiting, we watch other women getting their hands, legs, arms and whole feet being painted! Such cool designs. It was very relaxing. While we were doing henna, Dave and Emma were at the park playing in the playground. It was a low 30 degrees out and there was shade in the park for them. There are some ...
... for sale. I asked Nicole about that and she said that in the winter it gets cold (20 degrees!) and that the Omanies like to bundle up! Well, they sure do bundle up in style!! We also went shopping in the grocery store! That was fun. A lot of American brands but in Arabic. Kinda cool! Prices are about the same as at home and chocolate bars are way cheaper. Yay for those of us who like chocolate bars! All in all we has a great day. Lots of sun and fun! Love to you all Mama ...
... and I fell in love with the kummah Islamic caps. I bought 3 and wore one for the rest of the day. They're apparently just for men, but when have I ever cared what's supposed to be just for men? My trip-mates got a kick out of it.
The museum after the Souk was small and a bit of a snoozer with old daggers and rifles and ancient jewelry. Oman's history was a bit on the dull side...
We came back to the hotel for lunch. I had ...