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Floros travel got a bit of a telling off yesterday for waking them up to early so I'm sitting here very quietly in the dark smashing my way through a Huge packet of tasty treats we bought at the souq (covered market) yesterday , hope there's still some left when the precious things awake. Getting ready to leave was a bit of a nightmare ,preparing …
... and enjoyed being at a 5000 year old burial site all on my own with no one watching.
On the drive back to Muscat I cut across between two major roads and came through some nice villages with some forts and oasis like little valleys. This I felt was really off the beaten path with kids waving and being really happy ( I assume) to see such a strange white man walking around their town.
Since the couch didn't work out that night I went back to ...
... being that it is no way anywhere near as bad as man flu. So now instead of dishing out the honey and lemon I am on the receiving end and trying my best to stay out of the heat. But we have docked in Oman at the port of Muscat which is the capital, and where the Sultan of Oman lives. There is oil in Oman like so many countries in this area, and as a result the Sultan of Oman is a very wealthy man indeed. We look out across the pier and get a good look at the Sultans ...
... black and threatening and it was spitting rain. The water was rough and the sky over the water was blue but behind us not so blue! We might have tried to camp but here in Oman there are a lot of Wadis. We were in a Wadi! What's a Wadi? It's a dry, flat river bed. When it rains, these Wadis fill up with a lot of water and if you happen to be in one...well, you don't want to be caught in one! So we opted for safety ...
... to the ocean, and the city is built in among the jagged cliffs. Old watchtowers and forts cling to the rocks above; we climbed up to one of the watchtowers, but most are closed or inaccessible. About two miles from Mutrah, we arrived in the old city of Muscat, now just one of many neighborhoods in the sprawling capital (the city sprawls so much because of its geography--between the ocean and the mountains, there are limited areas in which it can build out). Old Muscat ...