Safeer Hotel Suites

Sultan Qaboos Street, Muscat, 115, Oman | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Muscat

A Whole New World

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... fort (and Dennis, of course, was in his element).

On our way back through the souq, we bought some chickpea-and-vegetables-stuffed samosa-style snacks to eat on our way to our next stop, Jebel Shams. Jebel Shams is the highest mountain in Oman (3,009 meters), with a gigantic canyon in between its two summits. To get there, though, you must drive up a very steep and winding road, part of which is unpaved. Travel guides recommend driving 4x4s or hiring a ...

Muscat, the capital of Oman

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


... took 600 women four years to weave. It contains 1.7 billion hand tied knots, measures 70 by 60 meters and weighs 21 tons. The gardens surrounding the mosque are also elegant.

Oman is one of the more liberal Arab countries. Women drive and have equal rights. They work, and we saw some women on the streets of Muscat without covered faces. Oman seems to be the Switzerland of the Middle East, neutral in its dealings with other countries. It does not try to take ...

Looks like Muscat Love

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld


... Brazilian accent and was telling me about a boyfriend she had from Texas. Then she says, "Seence deevorce 20 yeers ah-go, I have five boyfriend - all kahpoot, dead. They keep dying on me... " And then she laughs. I love her!!

During the flight, we had 3 presentations by experts that were fascinating. Included is a photo of Wade Davis doing a presentation. He wrote "The Serpent and the Rainbow" and 17 other books. His latest is ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... that spiked all along the city and traced all the old little forts that dotted the ridges and were still basically intact even though they were hundreds of years old. After a day driving and seeing the sights we said goodbye to our new friends from Italy and once again went down to the town for another amazing meal of grilled meat and other Arabic treats.

Our final morning in Oman was spent generally trying to avoid the heat. It was approaching 45 degrees ...

Day 42, Muscat, Oman

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise


... 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. ...

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