Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat
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- Minbar in room
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Another weekend trip that could easily have used more time. Oman was described to us as "A tiny country at peace with itself." There is no "bigger is better" motto here. No "World's Tallest" anything. It is an Arab country with moderate rules, a love of the arts and culture, beautiful scenery and friendly people. It is tolerant with it's political …
You have to have a sense of humour when travelling OS, and consider the 'other people' who are behind the scenes - this morning we sailed into Muscat in the Gulf of Oman ( which is the capital of Oman?) and a very nice harbour surrounded by sand & rocky cliffs on all sides, at 1pm we boarded a bus tour for the sights over 4 hours, which could have been run by Basil Falty.....
The first ...
... just had a carpet specially made but need someone to fit it for us. Yes, it’s probably at least a 2 man job!! I would be grateful if you could fit it between 8:30 and 11:00 but Friday is usually not a good day!!!’
I spied on a local indigenous type using his mobile phone inside the great prayer hall. What could be so important that he couldn’t wait until he got outside!!
Our next stop took us the 75 mile journey outside Muscat to the ...
... than positives in that, and they still thought it deserved a frame. Frame of shame. The boys arrived the next day and we spent the afternoon purchasing enough elephant trousers to clothe an army, and what a comfortable army that would be. We went through the protests which were in Thai fashion as friendly as a festival. Only Thais could protest with whistles and cool t shirts with a smile on their face. We met up with the boys back at the ...
... aspect of Omani culture. Since women spend most of their time at home, coffee provides a time for women to catch up with each other. As most social events in the Arab world go, the genders are segregated and in this case each have their own customs. There are rules for everything!-- who serves, who gets served first, which direction you start serving in, whether you eat date and drink coffee first or eat fresh ...