Travel Blogs from Bahla'
... seemed to like swimming in water! Argh… Towards the end of the canyon, we ended up having to swim through washed up walls and muddy water, so I tried not to look at any creature floating!
1er novembre : Snake Canyon
Le Snake Canyon réel aurait pris 4 ou 5h pour le terminer, des cordes et un autre groupe pour revenir à la case départ en voiture, donc nous sommes allés au petit Snake ...
... know that a village has all it needs to fulfill one's dreams.
We camped by the Snake Canyon, with the full moon as our companion… and on what would appear to be what is left of an old cemetery with stones erected here and there. The trees nearby display their beautiful green and I love seeing patches of green in these giant walls of rocks.
... trying to hide from the wind. At night, we felt cozy in our big tent…and happy we had brought real sleeping bags. The morning coffee was under a bright sun and looking down the “Grand Canyon”, one can feel dizzy… some small path winds its way down to the narrow valley below… at a village that we went to visit afterwards, once we had driven all the way back down ...
Woke up with the sun rise at the small hill, it was a good piece of
sleep this night. Quickly we drove off up to the mountains for some gravel driving,
yeaaahh!! Anna didn’t know at this point
what was ahead. Up in the mountains of Jebel Shams heading for Jebel Shams
Canyon. On our way we stopped to have breakfast/lunch at a place high up in the
mountains. Anna started to feed the goats with fresh grass while I was lying on
... passed my first vehicle since descending from Sharafat al Alamayn. Twelve minutes later, I reached another village 4 km (2.5 miles) to the northwest, elevation 2,981 feet. I thought this was Balad Seet – but I wasn’t quite there yet. This unmarked village had a narrow canyon with a water hole where I saw some kids swimming as I drove into the village. But strangely by the time I parked and walked a few minutes to the water hole, the children had disappeared. ...