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... what Oman has to offer and very lucky to have Uncle Craig and Auntie Nicole as our hosts. They have made our visit here most pleasurable and taken us to some exciting places! Thanks you guys:) Today, we are packing up and heading to Ahbi Dahbi in the UAE. Not looking forward to the 5 hour drive and looking forward to seeing Ahbi Dahbi! Can't believe we are leaving on Friday:(. We still have more adventures so stay tuned! Love and hugs Mama ...
... looked like goofy tourists. Katie is brave, because she was gawked at by all the men like a fat kid at a cupcake shop (she was the cupcake). After covering herself head to toe, we watched men selling camels, goats, gold, grass, and a myriad of other items. The few women that were there actually all wore decorative face masks (as opposed to the normal veil).
Onward, we headed to Wahiba Sands, to try some desert camping and attempt to ...
... so I went for a drive into the villages & wadis on the coastal side of the range west of the city. Fabulous old forts, massive beautiful mountains but a very harsh place to eek out an existence..... It's been hot - 35 deg every day, dropping to 30 ish at night. Here air con in cars & bldgs is definitely a blessing. Allahu Akbar.
Now for some real mountains as I head up into the ...
... are gone then fit me out with all the gear - can't get the bloody flippers on my big feet of course - and then prepare for the dive. I duly tumble backwards off the boat in an acceptably orthodox manner and meet Nicki in the water. Control the panic, and spend the next forty minutes cruising about in fairly shallow water (up to 5 metres) practising all the bits learned in the pool, more or less under control, but not at a 'dive' ...
... know if there are avalanches here or not, but it does not look too safe. The mountains had various hues on them in the morning sun.
We learned that some of the marriages are arranged by the man's sisters if he does not find someone on his own. The males give a dowry to the female's family. The guide said the dowry was about $15,000 and that is used to pay for the party of the wedding and jewelry for the bride's family. ...