Al Bahjah Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Very hot out there again might take the shuttle bus to the market if it cools down but not going to get fried again once is enough. Had a very leisurely day watching the comings and goings in the harbour. The sail away was just beautiful as the ship had to be manoeuvred from a berth into a small channel was quite impressed ...
... prove it!). After all the fun we were then fed some local food which was gorgeous – there’s something very magical about sitting in a small hut at sunset under the stars in the middle of the desert, it’s an experience I’ll likely never forget. So after all the evenings fun we headed back to the ship, I was notably shattered so rather than head out to watch the famous fountain show that night I opted for an early night on board (how boring am I).
... the country and brought it into the 20th Century. He is so well loved that when he returned from a prolonged hospital stay in Germany just this week, a national holiday was declared. Students went through the street passing out gifts to visitors. I met a group at a bus stop and they gave me a package containing a Omani flag, pins with a picture of the Sultan, candy and the Omani version of fudge, a rich caramel and cream concoction.
... Next came our visit to Nizwa Fort, a 17th century fort that was built by the Imam (both king and religious leader -- they are now separate) when he made Nizwa the capital. Nizwa was the seat of the Imamate until it ended in the 1950's. The fort had been carefully restored and now houses a museum that tells much of Omani history. It also contained a section of the falaj, the ancient irrigation system developed by subjects of Queen Sheba about 500 BC. Parts of ...
it's never safe to organise too much – I am on my way to explore
the hinterland of Oman on 4 wheels and not two. I did check out that
possibility but the cost of renting a bike brought tears to my eyes.
Right, it looks like the blog is
Matteo, my nephew is waiting and after
a lengthy immigration process, I always change to ...