Sur Plaza Hotel
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... earlier, so we tucked into those, along with wine. With so little light pollution, the stars were brightly twinkling, and then the moon rose above the horizon, just a day after being full, lighting up the night, with the sea twinkling below in her broad beam. It was magical. A while later, I zipped myself into my home for the night and was lulled to sleep by the soothing sound of the waves breaking on the ...
I sleep in until
08.00, have a leisurely breakfast, pack and am away by 10.00. A bit
of shopping first, fuel xTerra and I'm off north. Miss D misbehaves
herself leaving Sur so I take a new tack and ignore her. With no
definite plan still in mind I head NW on the 17. Qalhat says it's an
ancient town so I explore briefly. Certainly parts of it are old. I
drive up ...
Lunch and I retire
to Al Sqlawi and welcomed back like a long lost brother, at the same
What seemed like a
long, long trip is rapidly coming to an end. Only one more day
camping and I can't make up my mind - wadi, sea or plateau – and
I'm back to Muscat and family fun. Ah well, all good things come to
from my beloved Morocco.
I head out into
the dunes and have my lunch. It's hot. As I'm not interested in camel
rides, dune bashing it starts to feel a bit tatty to me so I decide
to head to Wadi Bani Khalid for the night.
At Mizayra I head
towards the Miqil Cave and water pools. If the Wahiba sands are
tourist orientated the pools and Miqil Cave are overkill. I manage to
turn the ...
... to wait a bit for the dew on the tent to dry before I could pack it up, so I studied the off road book a bit more. Next stop shall be Wadi Al Shab, a partly dried out river bed in a canyon with supposedly nice cool pools of fresh water. So after packing it all up I set off driving along the coast road which very quickly turned into a sand track and for the first time engaged AWD. How cool was that, driving along a dusty road in Oman, coast to the left ...