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... way home!) the following day we tried to work it off at Atlantis water park, where I enjoyed the tamer rides like the Rapids and Rebecca and Bas did them ALL. The malls of course are famous, Mercato mall with a Venice theme, Dubai mall with its amazing fountain display on the half hour, fittingly played to "time to say goodbye" the fourth and final time that we viewed the display. Ibn Battuta mall is a must see for anyone visiting Dubai. It follows the travels of ...
... decision, and quick reactions paramount. At times Rebecca quickly turned the AC off when charging up a huge incline to have all power available for the engine. At 41oc it is quickly turned back on. Socks are a must to wear in the desert to protect our feet from the scorching sand. A pee dissipates in seconds. One day we spent the day in an air conditioned mall to escape the heat. Today we are here in Rebecca's office latched on to the Internet and enjoying the cool of her ...
... to be a new experience. The
Nissan xTerra is enormous. Gleaming white, ok it has a few bumps and
scratches and 130.000Ks on the clock but it starts and goes like a
dream. Exactly what I wanted. Mohammed is helpful and Matteo and I
crawl over and under the car to make sure all is well. Time will tell
but it looks good.
Saturday is spent
mostly relaxing but there is a party to which Sarah has been invited
and we can tag along too. Well, when ...
... isn't as daft a question as it sounds. We thought you just burned the frankincense itself, but you don't. What you actually do is light a piece of charcoal, and place the frankincense on the charcoal, stand back and enjoy the aroma, which is purported to have antibacterial and anti mosquito properties, as well as smelling pretty good too. Now it is time for the smelly mission number two, perfume oil. Oman is also famous for perfume oils and some had some rather exotic names if ...
... maintained swimming pool. I did notice the high walls that surrounded the complex topped with rolls of barbed wire. The gates to the complex were kept locked and there was an ever present security guard visible in the gate house. ‘Unusual’, I thought, especially with such a low crime rate in Oman. Perhaps the measures are to keep the patrons in. We can’t have busloads of tanked up Brits and Irish running riot in the streets of Oman!!
We were now on ...