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... 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 ...
... me directions which I can vaguely follow and I
set off more in hope than expectation. Just as I get to the busy
roundabout where my directions start to disintegrate I hear a horn
toot. It is my friend from the store waving at me to follow him. I
adopt an Omani manoeuvre and swing in behind him not giving a fig for
those behind him and he leads me to the hotel. I hop out of the car
to thank him. He has gone out of his way to guide me here. Omani
kindness and ...
... bit. So I went back to the Costa Coffee place in the mall and relaxed there for a while.
A shocking experience was when I looked at all my pictures from my Camera and noticed that a hair sneaked into the lend and was present on nearly every photo I took over the last couple of days. So I will switch to my mobile phone camera until I get a chance to buy a new proper camera.
Now it as time to sort out my bed for the ...
Today started off with hopes of campfires, hot dogs and tenting on the beach. Unfortunately, the weather had other ideas! We knew that there was a possibility of rain, we just thought it would happen later in the week! We got to the beach after an amazing drive through the mountains (love the mountains here) and it was 25 degrees and sunny. We saw camels, goats and donkeys. As soon as we hit the coast though, the ...
... 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 ...