Ramada Qurum Beach
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... peruse out of fear of not making it to the Souq before it's siesta closing time of 1:30pm.
We are now back along the water passing the new harbor housing a variety of local boats and a couple of dive shops. We round a corner passing a massive incense burner that looks more like an alien spacecraft. Into the main harbor we seem the Sultan's traditional dhow boat as well as a massive navy boat- I assume for defense of the Sultan. The entrance to the souq faces the harbor and I ...
As wasCaptain Carl's way, we arrived early in Oman, and after waiting on the wrong deck to disembark we eventually got off Azamara and met ur guide Valentina, a Russian expat who has lived in Oman for some time. We Set off to the fish market with Susan in the front seat and Valerie, Brian and I in the back. The market was amazing...big tuna and king fish, all sorts of small ones, squid, prawns, crabs...all s clean and fresh there was no ...
... so hot, it was also surprisingly very windy. Hotels are incredibly expensive here, nothing at all in the cheaper guesthouse range. So I've gone all out and staying at a 5 star hotel, not what I normally do when away for several weeks. Novel. And it was a very quick drive from the airport - literally about 5 minutes!! Deserted. Into my room - wow. Probably the biggest room I've ever stayed in. I'm going off on a city tour later today, but for now I have several hours to do ...
... was our passenger forgot where he had left them (amongst the 1000+ possibilities) so Ahmed had to go and buy some cheap trainers for him so he could complete the rest of the tour. There is always one!!
Walking through the souk we could smell the aroma of burning frankincense and numerous spices. All around us were people bartering with dogged shopkeepers keen to sell to the visitors from the QM2.
At the museum we spoke with an Omani family who allowed me to take ...
Monday 12th May Muscat. We take the Coast road to Sur where we will head inland to spend the night at the Wahiba Sands Desert Camp. We are driving along new modern asphalt roads but as we are in a 4 wheel drive vehicle we often go off on to side roads exploring the narrow alleyways, up and down the narrow wadis ,at times have to fold in the side mirrors to fit thru very narrow spaces in the villages. First stop was Yiti, a small fishing village. Then Quraiyat. Explored the-limestone ...