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... a Suzuki Grand Vitara, it was time to head inland and after a four hour drive consisting of some motorway, single carriageway roads and some unsealed/dirt track roads we arrived at the Jebel Shams Resort which was about 2,000 metres above sea level. The reason for making this trip was primarily to see 'the Grand Canyon of Oman' but it also allowed us to see Bahla Fort and the town of Nizwa (unfortunately Nizwa Fort was closed for rennovation). It was really ...
... We spent some time doing puzzles over a nicer Starbucks before heading off the ship for our first tour! Afternoon tour with high tea. Our guide for the day was Sumit a young man originally from Bangladesh but living in Oman in Muscat for 8 years. He was lovely and funny and very knowledgeable of Omani customs and history. Our first stop was to see the Palace (Al Alam palace) of the Sultan (Qaboos Al Said) who is 75 this year and none of the residents know how ...
... Abu Dhabi as probably the worst destination so far I did enjoy the company as always and my highlight of the evening came from Victoria messaging me telling us she’d be coming to Malta while the ship was in dock there next week, the girl is absolutely bonkers but I’m overjoyed!
So we shot back to the ship and made a very slow sail over the second city of the UEA, the famous Dubai. The most exciting part of our brief sail was being caught in a sand ...
... top of the tallest building in the world and then go for a round of skiing on snow in the middle of the desert.
Anyhow, we are all aware that Dubai is having some extreme contrasts, so I took another boat back from a little quay just down the creek and arrived over at the western bank again. Each trip only cost 1 Dirham (0.20 €) and I enjoyed this more than the Burj Khalifa or the mall. On the way back to the Apartment I got annoyed by ...
... black and threatening and it was spitting rain. The water was rough and the sky over the water was blue but behind us not so blue! We might have tried to camp but here in Oman there are a lot of Wadis. We were in a Wadi! What's a Wadi? It's a dry, flat river bed. When it rains, these Wadis fill up with a lot of water and if you happen to be in one...well, you don't want to be caught in one! So we opted for safety ...