Park Inn by Radisson Muscat
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... So I finally managed to watch the ego movie, which literally made me "lol", luckily I think most other passengers were also enjoying the in flight movies so probably didn't notice.... Thou then I decided to watch anchorman2, at around midnight UK time, so my laughter may not have been so disguised during sleepy time! I arrived in Oman around 4.15am UK time, 7.15am their time and ...
... fresh foods, eg olives and fish. Almost 5pm and the temperature is 35°C. Zigzagging up the mountain to Al Jabal Al Akhdar from Birkat Al Mouz. Unlike the Grand Canyon this road is fully sealed with passing bays and run offs. Cannot imagine the cost of this as it ran 36 Kim's up the mountain to a height of 2300 meters. Sahab Hotel. This beautiful hotel sits right at the top of the Jebel Akhdar Mountains with the most stunning poolside view you are likely to see in Oman! Styled ...
... the grand prayer hall to roam around at our own leisure.
The mosque is named after Sultan Qaboos and is relatively new, being built between 1995 and 2001. I learned that although the mosque can accommodate 20,000 worshipers in total, the main prayer hall only holds 6,500. The mosque features a 90 meter tall main minaret flanked by four 45 ½ meter minarets. 5 minarets in all representing the 5 pillars of Islam.
A flimsy runner flanked by ropes either side, ...
... known as the gorge between two mountains. Many of the Wadi’s are like an oasis though, with natural water pools, amazing hiking, and spectacular beauty.
After our first Wadi taste, we headed to Sur, for a quick overnighter before meeting our expat friends we had met in Muscat for some Wadi bashing (conquering a challenging wadi hike) and camping on the beach.
The Wadi we decided to go to was Wadi Shab. Holy Moses bellybutton ...
... guards, that we weren’t interested in their services. It was a classic standoff.
At last a representative from the airport came in a nice air-conditioned car. He explained that, due to the vastness of the Ahmendabad airport and for security reasons, they would take us from one area to the next, but it would cost us the equivalent of $20 per ride. A few rides at $20 sounded a lot better than $800 for handling so we gladly took him up on ...