Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel
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We arrive Muscat Oman the second largest country in the Arabian Gulf. We stayed at AL Bustan Ritz Carlton enjoying beautiful weather before we boarded our ship the Silver Whisper.
Next stop Salalah, OMAN
... 14 hours. Yes, 14! FML. And the computer key to epitomise this is ¬
Relatively small airport, relatively quiet...fair enough you might think, that leaves plenty of napping space. The tushy-hating steel armchairs (stationary arms) made it more than impossible to stretch out and get comfortable. The constant icy air con also made it hard to get cosy. Find a fresh spot on the floor ...
... we went to today, it had more clothing stores. Lots of children's clothing and I now know where to go if I want to buy an ahbiya!! We had donuts from Tim Horton's and brought some timbits back for the guys and gals. First time I've been to a Timmy's and no line up! Awesome!! The other's hung out and play out in the rain because it still was warm!! 19 degrees today. Tomorrow big car ride to the desert! Love and hugs Mama ...
... was selected and offered work as a show dancer. His contract expires in July and he then has a two day turnaround to get to New York for this year’s auditions.
He is such a lovely, smiley young man and we all feel that, with his dedication and determination, he will be very successful. In a world of “what’s in it for me” it’s so good his story of battling against all the odds to ...
... vehicles driven by young Arab dudes in traditional dishdashas at blurry speeds while trying to control their raging testosterone (and impress the girls with their big engines), and the pedestrians are clearly on their own. Think I'm kidding- in a country of less than 3 million people with a state-of-the-art road infrastructure :
* every 8 hours, a life is lost in a road accident in Oman
* every hour, someone is injured in a road ...