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... impressive it is, if you don’t know what Petra is, go google it and be jealous. In the meantime I’m going to enjoy the next 3 sea days in the sun; with 2 weeks left to go I better start working on my tan. In the run up to the end of this cruise I’m bound to start getting a bit more reflective on here, less about the destinations and more about the journey for myself and dad. Hope everyone back home is well. Ciao.
PS, for those curious, no sign of pirates ...
... the diving looks good! We had to walk off the plane and the heat hit immediately. All 39 degrees celsius of it. Awesome!! We were bussed to the terminal and I was surprised when I was met by a woman with my name on a paper. I had a personal escort to get my visa, through immigration and customs! Wow!! And everyone was so nice!! It was all so quick. Only 15 people got off here, the rest of the plane was transiting! Within half an hour I was outside and had found my driver. ...
... was our passenger forgot where he had left them (amongst the 1000+ possibilities) so Ahmed had to go and buy some cheap trainers for him so he could complete the rest of the tour. There is always one!!
Walking through the souk we could smell the aroma of burning frankincense and numerous spices. All around us were people bartering with dogged shopkeepers keen to sell to the visitors from the QM2.
At the museum we spoke with an Omani family who allowed me to take ...
... br> As the allocated moved me to another seat I found myself next to Kieran from Dublin (well, he is America but lived in the fair city for most of his life). He now works in Oman as a English teacher and gave me a couple of tips. Funnily enough he was teaching in Dun Laoghaire just about 4 km from my flat and he also watched the Oman : Ireland game two weeks ago in the stadium. The immigration went fine, although the Oman official didn't stamp my ...
... they dress up for each other, their husbands and themselves. The ahbiyas are basic black and a lot of them have some sort of detail on it. Some ahbiyas have coloured panels on them with colour inside the sleeves. Others may have a bling pattern somewhere on the ahbiya and I saw one today that had a lace pattern on the bottom edge. Most of the women where coloured pants or jeans under the ...