Hotel Al Madinah Holiday
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... looks like, and I guess that’s the point. We stuck out like hot dogs in a hamburger bun.
This was also our first real taste of Islam, and its uniqueness truly intrigued us. Arab hospitality was also something we were pleasantly surprised by, as they may be the most friendly people we have met while travelling so far (upon our arrival a man we met on the bus to Oman paid for our taxi to our hotel stating “welcome to my ...
We bought the car in August 2013 but now it was time to pack it and ship it to Istanbul. Before the car left we had a practise run and loaded the top box in the hall of the house. It was huge you could smuggle people in it. Everything seemed to fit with room to spare. Much later it didn't seem so ...
Hua hin to Bangkok. We arrived at Hue Hin at 7.30am, I had asked the hostel for directions but they sent them after I lost the internet connection so we winged it. 45 minutes later we arrived from what should have been a 15 minute journey. We got to have a walk around the town and figure out where everything was which was good, just a shame I had 10kg on my back when I did it, not good. Seeing as we were already alive and kicking at 7am we had ...
... schadenfreude that we were all having to go through the same steps, but that we were having an adventure out of the ordeal and also saving some serious money. Immigration went back and forth amongst themselves not knowing who should stamp our gendecs, passenger manifest, and flight plan. In the end, they agreed that it shouldn’t be the person that stamped our passports, but rather another official. All documents, including our passports and the ...
... back to our apartment took a long while as men stuck their bodies out of their car windows and sun roofs to celebrate. We even saw one guy standing on the roof of a driving car (keep in mind that Oman has the second highest amount of car accidents in the world, only second to Jordan), so we were pretty worried.
On Wednesday we had traditional Omani coffee and dates with our teachers, allowing us to briefly experience ...