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... much sea water and retired hurt. On the way back we passed our guide's village,said hello to his brother also with some snorkellers just past the shangri-la hotel where we had enjoyed a beer the other day.This was by a natural stone arch which we motored under to find ourselves gazing at their parliament building conveniently close to ...
Our day started early as we drove to the Grand Mosque only recently built. A magnificent building surrounded by stunning gardens all laid out in Islamic patterns and it was odd to see traditional British bedding plants all about to bloom in December but it is too hot for them in their summer. We first visited the ladies prayer room whose simple beauty was only matched by the men's prayer ...
... party, it's more a welcome
for 2 Irish girls just arrived in Oman and Matteo and I and another
quiet lad in the corner are the only menfolk there. Eight Irish girls
enjoying the crack and chatting is something to behold and the noise
level is beyond decibels. All great fun.
Thanks to friend
Aidan I finally solve the problem of uploading the Oman map on my
Garmin GPS. I now have a fully functioning map of Oman on my beloved
... in Muscat I slowly got used to driving here, I knew where I was going and which exit to take. This time in Mathra we also went up the fortress and found the massive wooden door unlocked and no sign telling us not to enter.
The three of us were all alone in the fortress and had great view from the top of the tower which had to be conquered by rope. On the way back to the entrance we were caught by ...
... Potez bought two prints. Some pool time in the afternoon, then a wonderful curry meal (only $50NZ for 4) at a local restaurant after a gin in the Potez room as alcohol is very expensive here. eg a G&T from mini bar would be $24NZ. Have been amazed at the infrastructure development going on in Muscat. Many new roads, motorways and buildings under developments as well as extensive upgrading to the airport and military facilities. This began in ...