Ramada Qurum Beach
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... of) overlooked the famous Grand Mosque – couldn’t help but feel a little odd about sitting in a bar overlooking a holy monument and drinking alcohol in what is pretty much a dry country. Aside that though the bar was nice enough, surprisingly empty for a place that served alcohol in a city sparse of it, it was all as much us in there plus a scattering of westerners, maybe the drinks prices had a little something to do with it (£8 a pint, wow). Although I ...
... to say the least. He was the pastry chef for Disneyland for about 8 years and now does television, cooking tours & classes and writes cookbooks. He is funny and tells great stories. In the class we made 3 cheesecakes -- a savory one with crab and shrimp, a 4 chocolate cheesecake and his award-winning plain cheesecake. As always, the class came with an apron, lots of wine, a bottle of water and lunch -- we get to eat what we just learned to prepare. I think it ...
... delights) I eventually reached the souk. Here it got slightly more touristy but luckily not as bad as in Dubai and no one tried to throw a towel over my head.
The other side of the souk directly leads out to onto the cornice and the view was wonderful, with the mountains and the old fort on top, the palm trees lining the granite walk along the seafront. I seeked shelter in one of the little resting huts in order to try my new Halwa sweets. An Indian ...
A problem shared is a problem two people have, or in this case a virus shared is an illness two people can share. I thought I felt the start of the nasty virus yesterday, but convinced myself it couldn't possibly be. But the nasty little critter has crossed the gender barrier and is no longer that most awful of illnesses, man flu, but has mutated into that definitely not so serious and not so unpleasant woman flu. There are many differences between the two illnesses, the ...
Yesterday was awesome! We went into the mountains and got up to 2090 meters above sea level! It was so high, that Daisie's ears were so painful! Her ears wouldn't pop. The ice cream seemed to help a lot! We drove about an hour and a half out of Muscat to Jabel Shams. This area is known for the terrace gardens and old style villages. I loved the area because of the mountains! When we left home it was 29 degrees. We got to the mountain top and ...