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... through the centuries for it perfume does well in the cool climate of the mountains. Grown amongst the pomegranates, apricots, apples, pistachio, figs, walnuts, forming the terraces which step down the steep sides of the mountain, served by the Falaj. The roses are harvested morning or night and kept moist until put into the clay pot on the furnace. Abdullah's wood burning furnace,in the family for many generations, never goes out during the rose water manufacture ...
... and old forts protection are still well preserved. There was a shuttle from boat to the coastal subdivision of Muttrah...to where a traditional Omani Souq ..a maze like market that is often described as the best in the gulf region. And it was very extensive!!!..lots of shops with frankincense and myrrh...this is the first time for me to see/ smell this ( that I know of!!)...plus everything else imaginable!! So ...
... two incredible tools. Smile is to solve a few problems. Silence is to avoid a few problems. " He rode with Mohamad Essa in the afternoon and made the comment that " he dances with the sand when he drives". He loved the passion that he experienced from the team of the guide Oman. He commented in the leadership and loved what Rebecca has achieved here. I take it as an amazing privilege to have met him. He was amazed at the quality and freshness of the meals prepared ...
... which is overlooked by the British ambassador's residence. We were met by our taxi driver Ahmed who took us to the public beach where we sat under the palm trees people watching and enjoyed the cooling sea breeze. Lunch was taken on a shady terrace overlooking the beach until it was time for Ahmed to take us to the airport to return to ...
... largest single piece carpet in the
world woven by 22 women over four years. I believe it and am left
with an image of the chat and the crack that must have gone on and
now taken root in the walls.
A coffee by the
sea, joined by Matteo's friend and his father and an interesting take
on Palestine from both of them who are Palestinian.
Later that day
Matteo and Sarah take me to Old Muscat for an amble in the hills
behind. Not ...