Sur Beach Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... shooed him off and Susan did a fine impression of a camel herder as she escorted him further along the track.
It was breezy and cool as the sun slipped away, but a warming fire was soon on the go, with firewood we had helped ourselves to at a building site on the way out of town. As well as keeping us toasty, the fire served to bake the quesadillas Susan ...
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 ...
... of 4x4s seem to be dune bashing but
these, the dunes, quickly fade. I arrive at Mintirib at midday and
for the first time experience a mild form of tourist hustle. Guides,
official and unofficial abound. “Want to visit my House? Want to
see a camel? Want to see the desert? We take your car.” The offers
multiply given my sceptical look but a firm no after the pitch is
made is accepted and I am invited to enjoy Oman. ...
... so Soft (no, my skin is not
soft) protects me from the myriad bugs that are attracted but
switching on a torch is a non-starter. It's an invitation for every
bug in the area to come and have a try at getting through the SSS
It's still hot as
I crawl into the tent. I lie there reading listening to the fish jump
and the frogs croak before drifting off to a sound ...
... museum was closed unfortunately but you could still see some in the bay and tried to get a sneak peak above some of the walls behind I could hear hammering and sawing.
From here I drove to Ras Al Jinz, which is a turtle preservation and research facility. I really struggled to stay awake a bit along this drive and had to pull over and have a nap in the car. It must be the heat here and the nice but monotonous inland roads. I also to fill up the ...