Ramada Qurum Beach
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... street and pass under a bridge. Then I followed my map and it brought me over a sort of main street and later through some nice narrow alley ways. This was also the time when the prayers started to sound from the minarets. I felt really oriental and was quite an exciting walk. I took a good few pictures and already enjoyed it much more than Dubai. People along the way greeted, the sun was not too hot and after buying a pack of Omani date sweets (Halwa - similar ...
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... have been wonderful hosts and have made our visit here so very enjoyable:). Thanks you guys. We have one day left and Craig is going to take us up into the mountains to see another site. On Tuesday we will drive to Ahba Dahbi in the UAE. We will spend the rest of our time there and take a day trip to Dubai. On Friday we fly home. We still have more adventures and we shall make the best of it! Love and hugs Mama ...
... for Nizwa Souq's fascinating live goat and cattle auction, which occurs once a week on Friday mornings. Men dressed in traditional Arab robes and embroidered caps (which is the standard dress for Omani men) paraded the livestock around in a circular arena, with over a hundred customers crowded around, leaning in to inspect the animals and shout out offers. Dozens of bleating goats and mooing cows were tied up in the auction area, already purchased and waiting to be taken ...