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... the poolside bar by the private beach. It was quite strange to see women in bikinis necking shots at the bar! It was then time for Angharad to get her flight back to Qatar. That evening we strolled around the hotel to find a cash machine before having grilled meats and salad in an Omani cafe where the staff could not have been any more friendly shaking our hands and introducing themselves as we ...
... largest single piece carpet in the
world woven by 22 women over four years. I believe it and am left
with an image of the chat and the crack that must have gone on and
now taken root in the walls.
A coffee by the
sea, joined by Matteo's friend and his father and an interesting take
on Palestine from both of them who are Palestinian.
Later that day
Matteo and Sarah take me to Old Muscat for an amble in the hills
behind. Not ...
... dam construction, and the construction of a huge mosque. This mosque will supposedly be the largest in the world when finished. There seems to be a competition in the Gulf States for the biggest things! West of Bahla lies the marvellous Jabrin Fort, Jabrin (Jabreen) Castle or Fort built in 1631, and now restored. Probably the most interesting in the country, and with its massive Circular Cannon Tower, one of the most impressive forts in Oman. Rising without competition from ...
... up. They were heading to the one restaurant in town with alcohol - the Hyatt hotel - and were meeting with the two other crews that also opted to forgo Dubai. The buffet was tasty and the all-you-can wine buffet dangerous. In all fairness to Oman, Ronne and Cindy from one of the TBMs showed pictures of the countryside from their excursion. That indeed looked very pretty. astill, having seen great desert countryside in the US and Australia I would say give Oman a resounding ...
... to hitting and literally melting on the pavement again and we were able to see the other parts of Muscat by air-conditioned luxury. We drove around the beaches and saw man made waterfalls all of which were either too hot to enjoy or were completely dry due to the lack of rain in the region. We drove through smaller villages all still with their small, flat and white houses that trickled down the mountainside into the Arabian waters. We followed the ...