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
... and asked me to take a seat at the side of the hall! I sat there and watched the line get shorter until it was non-existent, and was just starting to wonder if the driver would wait for me, when a man in a more military uniform appeared with my beloved passport and called me over to the desk, at which I was stamped in as normal! No idea what that was about and was too busy hurrying back to the bus to ask!
The scenery had kept me entertained as far as ...
... have used. Traveling to the Nakhal Fort Richard decided to go "off piste" as he says, and we went into the mountains and stopped for our lunch under an Acacia Tree. We arrived at The Grand Hyatt Hotel to meet our tour operator who gave us information on our next few days touring. The Mutrah Souk, an amazingly large market place, was where the Potez decided to buy 4 ...
... wealth, skyscrapers and fast cars, it makes up in a richness of deep seeded culture that is priceless and will have people coming back for more.
I have decided to push Oman up the ladder into position three, just behind Cambodia and Thailand. ...
... taken a picture of the hall. I'm not sure if it did or not as they left in a huff.
I ate at one of one of the two restaurants in Muscat, and was the only customer for a bit. I got the club sandwich and a mango shake, both of which were delicious. While I was eating and writing, numerous people showed up honking their horns, impatiently expected to be served in their cars instantly. I ignored them while I tried to catch up on my blog (a feat I'm not sure ...