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... d left all its little doors open and in the sun for 2 days, hopefully whatever water had managed to get trapped inside had been evaporated by the sun. I wanted to document any new and strange creatures we were going to discover today, so the camera was just going to have to play ball.
We were the only people in that area that were snorkeling, a few boats with divers had passed us and gone further out, to where the sea is dark blue and you only ...
... And all without burning any diesel fuel. We had a great run up to Chukkai and meandered up the river adjacent to the bustling fishing town to anchor in 3m of water near Muscat.
Chukkai town was a delightful place with super friendly people and a surprisingly quick pace. We enjoyed the fresh produce at the market where we tried ‘snake fruit’ for the first time and picked up some needed supplies. We also did a dinghy run for fuel and engaged some young kids ...
... homes and cars with great pride and hardly noticed the mess around there prised possessions. Traveling can fill you with extreme highs and lows, the realisation we all are making the world a little worse, (I make no excuses as tourists we are also part of the problem), the more you see the more you die a little inside with the realisation it seems there will never be a solution to the worlds major problems for future generations.
I’m not ...
... we were told.
Dave found a hotel for us across from the unimpressive Maziah Palace, originally built in 1897. It burned down prior to WWII and was rebuilt recently with no hint of its former glory. It is a nice enough complex but looks more like a shopping mall than a palace.
Our room at "Sea View" hotel is spacious, has air-co, TV & WiFi, crispy clean sheets and hot & cold water....are we ...
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