Ramada Qurum Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... camels. Good news, we met a ton and they loved us. Except the one I rode kept foaming at the mouth and looked like he used too much toothpaste that morning. We spent our day traversing the sands in a 4x4 and riding camels. Amazing. We watched the sunset over the desert, and by night sat under the stars at a campfire. And spent the night in a traditional beduoin tent made out of goat hair.
From the sands, we took a detour to a Wadi. ...
... to know where anything actually is, the goose chase commenced. Everytime we thought he had finally found the way (turning back on himself or turning round in the middle of a main road with traffic coming from both directions) he would get his glasses on and start studying the map, turning it upside at times, god help us. At one point we recognised where we were and directed him to our hostel, we knew Bangkok better than a taxi driver at ...
We took a tour called "Mystical Muscat." We started by driving to the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. The mosque’s total capacity is 20,000 worshipers. The interior walls of the mosque’s main hall are completely covered with white and dark grey marble. These are decorated with murals of leafy patterns and geometrical designs. The mosque’s prayer hall floor is covered with a ...
... a couple more inches needed before the daily print run of whatever it was would be completed. Our papers were analyzed and he was a bit confused that we didn’t have a stamp on our flight plan. We explained the custom offical’s lack of desire to provide his sacred stamp, and all was good. We did though have to pay an additional US$15 because we would be avoiding Pakistany airspace and flying more through Indian air space. Okay, no problem, ...
... and an empire, it goes on and on!! Such a strategic coast in terms of access to India and East Africa, where the Omanis ruled Zanzibar for many decades. The roles of the Portugese, the Dutch and the British are fascinating!
Vasco da Gama, whom we encountered as a hero in Lisbon, is a traitor and invader in Oman, having accepted the help of Oman's best navigators in order to reach India and then taking over the ...