- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and has had 13 children, the youngest being 9. That is just 7 years more than me... I cannot even begin to imagine being in her position in 7 years' time! Her father divorced her mother a few years ago so her mother moved in with the eldest son, and Namia did, too. I asked about divorce and she told me it is very easy for a man to divorce his wife, regardless of her wishes, as long as he has the money to pay her the sum of money agreed by the judge. A woman may ...
... 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 ...
... two smelly missions undertaken today. Almost every stall sells frankincense in the souk, but it comes in different colours and different qualities. We had our eye on a stall yesterday and noticed that quite a few local ladies were getting their frankincense there, so we took the plunge and got some too. We plumped for a kilo of the stuff and it is a milky white colour which we found out later is the best quality stuff, so we did well there. We also found out how to burn it, ...
... 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 ...
... aspect of Omani culture. Since women spend most of their time at home, coffee provides a time for women to catch up with each other. As most social events in the Arab world go, the genders are segregated and in this case each have their own customs. There are rules for everything!-- who serves, who gets served first, which direction you start serving in, whether you eat date and drink coffee first or eat fresh ...