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... the hanging gardens of Babylon and Petra probably looked like. each individual palm tree sized plot had its own sluice to irrigate it. On the way we also stopped to view an old Persian castle nestling at the top of the valley or wadi where the locals complain about the amount of rain they have. we could pick out the ruins of the castle as Omani flags had been draped over them on national day a few weeks ago. the national day is the sultan's birthday on the 18th ...
it's never safe to organise too much – I am on my way to explore
the hinterland of Oman on 4 wheels and not two. I did check out that
possibility but the cost of renting a bike brought tears to my eyes.
Right, it looks like the blog is
Matteo, my nephew is waiting and after
a lengthy immigration process, I always change to ...
... boutique hotel, the property boasts a cafe, restaurant and lounge. Guestrooms are spacious and modern with a contemporary feel. This hotel is beautiful and apparently has the best views ever seen from a swimming pool. At 5.30 we reached the hotel, to 15°C outside. Arrived in the rain. Having drinks with the Potez when we heard the call to prayer echoing around the villages down the mountain. Went outside to the garden of the Sahab and listened before going to another wonderful ...
... drive. Another thing about Oman is that there are no guide books or tourist information brochures or even real addresses for the GPS .The address for the fort at Nizwa was just Nizwa. Nizwa turns out to have a big university with all sorts of research offices. It was quite big. The souk or market's address was " beside the fort". Fine, if the fort was easy to see - on a hill or tall or something, but it was pretty hard to find. We did see some ...
... it stops. They say that there is plenty of work and they don't want to encourage laziness. All public services, education and health care are provided out of oil revenues. Oman is ruled by a Sultan of 72 who keeps a very low profile. No-one knows whether or not he is married and has any children. Oman is a sovereign dictatorship and has been (I believe) for over 50 years.
Household water comes from a ...