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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... views over the surroundings. just below the fort was the souk ,all original ,unlike in Qatar. An Omani hat was tried on by Sebastian but his head was too big! Onwards to jabal sham, Oman's Grand Canyon , 3500 feet high, we enjoyed our picnic in solitude until wild goats came to pester us. From there we travelled to Misfat, Oman's oldest village (700yrs). A labyrinthine village of alleys and irrigation channels chiseled into a steep hillside. We imagined this ...
... disparaging description of Arab thinking.
Matteo and I are
back at Carrefour on Monday morning for me to buy provision although
I have booked a hotel for the night. We say good bye or more likely
au revoir as we should be seeing each other again before my time here
ends. The Cullen hospitality lives on in the next generation.
I head north to
Sohar but get fed up with the dual carriageway and the crazy Omani
... of ancient houses and narrow streets perched in a valley amidst the mountains. The falag system (water irrigation) snakes along the mountain and redirects the water to different levels of the mountain side. Jebel Shams nearby is the highest mountain in Oman. Our accomodation for the night is at The View, which is located at 1,400 metres above sea level, to get there we had to drive up 8 kilometres of winding non sealed road, 4WD only allowed. The View sits atop the beautiful ...