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... a rest was sitting there and was interested from where I was and what I do here and all that.
I picked up a tourist map from the Big Bus (that's the name of a sightseeing hop on hop off bus) and followed the road a little further when I met a couple from Germany who were also exploring the City. They headed further along the Corniche but I had to meet up with Aziz, my potential host for the evening, around 3 pm. So I slowly headed back towards the souks ...
... more recently, I was looking for a silver anklet. Whenever I tried to find one in India I was taken to very expensive shops that didn't sell what I was looking for, so I decided to try my luck in the jewellery quarter of the souk. This was a very busy area, although my photo doesn't do it justice but mainly that is because everyone was inside the shops looking, examining, bargaining and gesticulating it was quite a sight to see. We window shopped a lot as most of the ...
... nuggets and fries! Halfway around the world and they had chicken and fries!! Lol at least they are eating! After lunch we girls headed home for naps and the boys went and got our camping stuff. Tomorrow we are beach camping!! So excited! The Omanies love camping and here in Oman you can camp anywhere unless it is private property. You can just stop your car and pitch your tent. The downside is there are no facilities so you have to bring your own! ...
... seat of Oman. The fort was huge and maze-like, and we wandered in and out of the dozens of rooms, most of which were decorated with period props. The coolest part about the fort was definitely the 40-meters-tall tower, a gigantic turreted stronghold that looms over the area. We climbed three sets of high wooden stairs to each of three vantage points from the top of tower, and saw the region stretch out below us. Even I geeked out somewhat over this large and ...
My exit from the high mountains was slow - necessary as the unsealed roads had to be quietly negotiated in my non 4WD. This really is impressive terrain; majestic peaks & walls of rock all around....reached the bitumen by 12:15....another 45 mins had me walking the streets of Nizwa once again.
Nizwa to Muscat is two hours of easy driving thru classic grand Omani scenery - ...