Sheraton Oman Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Ruwi
... we were able to look directly on to, as it was partly obscured by a dust storm. It created a very eerie ghostly atmosphere. The food needs a chapter on its own. Last night we had a wonderful traditional meal near the souk at a resturant called Bait Luban which means House of Frankincense. We were served frankincense water to start with. Then Rebecca chose traditional dishes that would usually only be found in the home. Arseeya - Slow cooked meat and rice (or ...
... 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 ...
... omelette and an Omani dish Foul Madames, a savoury bean stew. Saw 2 camels walking past with Bedu man, obviously available for rides, but we are packed and ready to go, so it's off back across the desert to continue our journey. Once again we are impressed with vast new roads thru barren shingle countryside, some highways with tall street lighting. This is contrasted with Camels and goats freely grazing as we pass, some camels are hobbled apparently these are the females and the ...
... which was ok. You know, for a country that says they value their children, the kids aren't in car seats ( they bounce around in the back seats), and the playgrounds could use a clean. Other then that old Muscat was pretty cool. We will be going back so we can walk around a bit and so we can go to the Souk (market). We also had great snack of samosas. Yummy! Daisie and Emma really enjoyed them. Daisie ended up eating the most. She said they tasted like spring ...
This should be my shortest blog post of the trip. Oman: not much going on here. While many in the rest of the group flew on to Dubai for a night, we thought it would be more relaxing and surely less costly to avoid Dubai and have the opportunity to see more of Oman. Our only hint at something potentially interesting was to visit the souk, so that's where we headed. Looking for a taxi stand, we asked a man in his car for directions. Next thing we know he offers us a ride ...