Ramada Qurum Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- 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 ...
... too. We decide it would be rude to come away without some, but hold off for the time being until we have some idea about price and quality. The same can't be said for the shoe shop I came across, there were *************s to be made on the price, but the really tough decision was the colours :0). Three pairs were chosen and then it was time to sit down and enter in to some serious negotiation, as the shop owner was from India, I also decided to pay in rupees, ...
... you rub of the henna and viola... you are done. Daisie had one hand done and both Nicole and I had a hand and foot done. So cool! While we were waiting, we watch other women getting their hands, legs, arms and whole feet being painted! Such cool designs. It was very relaxing. While we were doing henna, Dave and Emma were at the park playing in the playground. It was a low 30 degrees out and there was shade in the park for them. There are some ...
... new homes. I loved the goats; they were so shaggy, and the kids were small and cute. Dennis said I couldn't buy one, though. He's so maddeningly practical sometimes.
The auction was a fun and interesting cultural experience, and I would have liked to linger longer, but we had to press on. Most things close at 11 a.m. on Fridays so that everyone can go to mosque, and we wanted to see Nizwa Fort before then. To get to Nizwa Fort, we made our way through the rest ...
... took 600 women four years to weave. It contains 1.7 billion hand tied knots, measures 70 by 60 meters and weighs 21 tons. The gardens surrounding the mosque are also elegant.
Oman is one of the more liberal Arab countries. Women drive and have equal rights. They work, and we saw some women on the streets of Muscat without covered faces. Oman seems to be the Switzerland of the Middle East, neutral in its dealings with other countries. It does not try to take ...