Sohar Beach Hotel
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Have had a wonderful trip on Emirates, with an hour stopover at Brisbane, thru to Dubai, arriving at 5am. Our travel-mates at this stage are Richard and Mary Jo Potez, who we have travelled with in the past. My GPS got us from Dubai to The Sohar Beach Hotel in Oman, passing thru various border checkpoints as we kept crisscrossing over the border …
... the hill and found a nice little niche to park the car. Looking back at the valley, I saw the sun set behind the mosque in the little town surrounded by green date palms.
There was no point in setting up the tent and it was dark already, so I stayed in the car and fed off Doritos and Salsa. To contact home I actually had to walk back a kilometre or so to get a signal. During the night it kept raining a bit and I was glad I was on higher ground than the ...
Yesterday we went to the Emirates Mall and saw them skiing inside! Managed to buy tomatoes(ead5,95 so around $2pkg). Love the grocery shops which are a woollies and big w combined - you can buy everything. Shops open 10am to 10pm. Young kids go to school from 7am to lunch and then older kids from lunch to 7pm. Free health care only for locals and some areas are for locals only to live in. A real cross section of cultures - so far Vietnamese, Pakistani, Indian have ...
Twice the fun and twice the sun. The first time visit to Fujeirah was an exciting and unexpected fun, but the second time was an escapade of adventure.
Twice we stayed at the Oceanic Hotel in Khorfakkan. Khorfakkan is in Fujeirah but it is under the ruling of the emirate of Sharjah. However, if you drive a few meters away, it is once again under the ruling of the emirate of Fujeirah... are you wondering? the're already a lot of us.
We got up early and had another fantastic breakfast. We packed our bags and checked out. We wanted to explore the Emirates rather than hang out in Dubai so our first stop was Al Ain, 125km away, about one and half hours. We needed petrol. We asked the GPS to find the nearest petrol stop. It looked close but the road had changed so we had to go around, adding 2km to the journey. There was queue for petrol. An attendant was at the pump. We couldn't figure out how to open ...