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We woke this morning in the Arabian Gulf expecting to reach Muscat in Oman at about 1100. Our tour was due to start at 1030 but in the event we arrived at 1000 as originally planned. It was a strange arrival as Nick casually glanced up to see a mountain outside the balcony window, we were entering Port Sultan Qaboos (his Highness Sultan Qaboos bin Said has been chief of state and head of government since 1970). Oman is a Sultanate bordered to the
west by UAE and ...
... incredible. A 3 hour hike through a gorge, with boulders strewn about and a small emerald river running down the middle. The goal was to make it to the very end where our hiking turned to swimming and continued into a hidden cave waterfall. Not for the faint hearted, we jumped in and swam about 1000 meters, winding our way through the gorge to a small crevice in the rocks. We’re talking a rocky ********* the exact width of my head, up to our ...
... search for some street food. Asked at reception and he said to turn right, turns out he meant left, we turned right. We had pork cooked four ways with rice and noodles and a pork soup. As we were leaving we saw a magazine framed on the wall that said 'dingy little hole with no atmosphere - foods okay though' to be honest I was only there for the food so I was still on for a win but why on earth would you frame that? There's definitely ...
... At about this time the dot matrix printer started a paper jam. Johannes tried to help, but so much of the printed paper was getting respooled and reprinted. The papers would have to be carved away to get it to work. After a good minute of beeping and everyone pretending to ignore it, Johannes turned off the printer and the man smiled. It took a lot not to laugh. Looking back, it was a classically hilarious scene.
9) Back to the plane. ...
... and as such moving through immigration ports is easy, well easy if you have a car as considering it was close to 43 degrees at 11 am in the morning. It was not great having to walk the small but still extremely hot border crossing on foot.
After a quick passport check we found our way to the bus station and booked our tickets on the next bus to Muscat. Just as I was about to get on the bus, the bus driver started to point and shake his head at my bare ...