Sur Beach Hotel
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Anni 80, confortevole ma spartano. Non economico in proporzione alla prestazione. Forse c'è poca offerta a Sur
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... br> all shades of brown, ochre, yellow. The colours change with the light
of the day. Deep purple, blue, black ravines, towering mountains.
Some times I think I am in the most isolated part of Oman yet just as
I begin to believe there is no-one else on earth close by I round a
bend and there, in a valley is another hamlet or village. Another
bend and another village perched on a ridge. These are ...
Not that it's a
brilliant place, apart from the dhows, but I have a few things to do
and it's as good a place as any. I do a bit of exploring and get lost
in the Ladies Souk. How that many tailors, material vendors, clothes
sellers, perfume sellers can make a living is a minor miracle but
they all seem to be happy if not very ...
... There are pools of water in the wadi and
then I spot my campsite for the night. A gravel edge to a clear pool
of water. I set the tent up and notice the fish. Dozens of small fish
(the same as Snake Canyon) darting around. Dusk settles quickly, I
strip off and sit in the tepid water. This is my first proper wash at
prepare my meal in the dark. ...
... cave from a rock. The other feature were the stalactites that were in the cave and through which you could swim. Just an amazing place. If you should ever visit to Oman, this is a must. Just look at the pictures.
Another must was some food at this point, and since I was travelling through the old Dhow construction capital of Arabia, "Sur", I planned for some grub there. Pretty quick I found a nice Indian place and a filling meal for just over 4 Euro. ...
... later the old fisherman came over and asked me the usual things, "where are you from?", "how old are you?", "are you married?" and "first time in Oman?".
The great thing was that he also offered me some of his catch which we had later. When I asked what kind of fish this is he caught, he told me "good fish". We fried it, wrapped in aluminium foil on a gas cooker and it even came with a can of his beer and a couple of glasses of whiskey which ...