Jebel Al Akhdhar Hotel

Muscat, Oman | Hotel
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Busy day at Muscat

A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina


... 238;开,路过 6229;大清真寺&# 25293;照,之后& #36891;当地集市 买了纪念品 ;。

Christmas晚餐当୒ 2;还是意大Ò 33;口味,不$ 807;算是大餐 ...

Arrival in Oman, the Land of Sinbad

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... Apartment Hotel was much as expected, with separate kitchen & lounge. Don't know what to do with all this space! Dinner in the hotel restaurant was ok (grilled lamb, good hummus, Arabic bread, salad, watermelon juice). I walked to a local supermarket (a HyperMarket run by Indians) for some supplies....Indian & Iranian movies on TV plus endless loop of BBC ...

Return to the Middle East

A travel blog entry by salsalman


The first thing I noticed at Muscat airport was the Dairy Queen. In an anxious rush to re-taste the fast food of my childhood I rush eagerly to the counter and ask if "the Macho" still exists. Much to my dismay it didn't. One of the pictures here shows what I got instead. Of course, predictably, I didn't noticd the blisters on the burger until I was a few bites in. But that's not the point. The point is try not to eat at Oman airport. ...

Four stingrays, two turtles and thousands of fish

A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson

Day two sees us in a much nicer boat and we head for Fahal Island. Nicki, Stan and I decide there is too much involved for me to get to full Open Water certification in the one day so we agree to aim for the Scuba Diver Certificate - finish most of the needed technical skills for Open Water but not all of the dives. All OK, until I enter the water and almost lose my weight belt, have to restart with weights in my pocket, and discover I am panicking at ...

Finally Released

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings


... was so great to be back with what has become our “shipboard family” for the evening meal. I was warmly welcomed back by my table mates as well as the staff. The entree of prime rib was the best I have tasted in a long time.

This evening’s entertainment was by the International Flutist; Stephen Clark. During his one hour performance I couldn’t help but think of our own Flutist at home; Sierra Horsley and ...

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