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... the low level Arabic architecture. You may call it Arabic but an Omani will point to a difference and explain between Arabic and European while you are puzzled by the difference. Driving along miles of the blue Arabian Sea from Muscat you would want to stop, sink your feet in the soft white sand, jump in the water and bob in the gentle waves. Where would two women change? Loyal Omani Saif would say, "Behind the Toyota SUV." So much for ...
... the souq- the gold souq. Windows full of bracelets,chains and the likes. You could spend hours in here trying on the exquisite jewelry catering to every taste. All these beautiful things and no where to wear them!!
With the souq closing and an hour before the next bus I wander the waterfront and take a fresh juice from one of the few local restaurants that's open. Having the typical curiosity of the foreigner conversation with the staff time quickly dwindles by and I soon see ...
... of different areas; the government building area (lots of similar, large white boxy buildings), the car-buying area, the clothes shopping malls, the embassy area (very fancy, bright white, small boxy buildings) etc. We drove past the Sultan Qaboos mosque. It was huge. The mosque once had the largest rug in the world, until Abu Dhabi took that title. It was surrounded by a small green park area - this is what I saw when flying over this morning. Sadly it's only open to visitors in ...
Kasper was going to host a Portuguese girl the next night and she arrived from Salalah (1000 km south of Muscat) at 5 in the morning. She was waiting already a while at the Coffee shop where we were going to meet her. After a few minutes chatting and figuring out that she works in Berlin we went for some breakfast/lunch and thought we could combine this with a bit of a tour around Mathra and Muscat. Driving down ...
... to climb to the top to see the view, but....... It was closed :(. By now I am hot and struggling a bit so I declare I need a cold drink. Fortunately we were in a park and there were stalls around, I get a can of drink and Martin attempts to pay in Rial, Dollars, Singapore Dollars, Rupees and Thai Baht. He either doesn't have change, or won't accept the currency. I must have been looking pretty bad though, as he looked at me and gave me the drink for free. An act of ...