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... Kingdom of Saudi Arabia visit the hot spring due to its therapeutic properties.
The spring was just a simple crack on the ground creating a pool of heated water at 38 degrees Celsius. With the latest picture shown (courtesy of available pictures in Google being grabbed for information purposes for this write up), the locals provided stairs for an easy climbing and getting down to the pool. As the years went by, RAK made it as a tourist site, ...
... the peak. It felt great, especially after I had given up on it earlier. To be on top of the mountain, with the clean air, the view, and the breeze, felt so liberating after being in nothing but cities for the past few weeks. I felt back in my own skin. I felt alive. I felt happy. And I enjoyed every second of it.
I would have stayed there much longer if our rental car wasn't only for 24 hours. The fun had to end and we started heading back down. Similar to ...
Hey everyone! This morning I was planning to have a relax in the apartment, then go over to see my Mum's school in the afternoon. Unfortunately, after I turned my alarm off at 10:00 am, I then fell asleep, and didn't wake again until 11:30. The jet lag caught up with me at last. Since the fast driver had arranged to pick me up at 1:00, I then had to rush to wash my hair, make and eat my lunch and get everything that I needed together to ...
... to drag us out
from the room. It’s past 12. Now we are heading for Khasab for seeing dolphins.
The border crossing went without any issues and now we’re back in Oman again. The
road along the coast to Khasab was very nice and fun to ride, uphills and
downhills along the see. There were lot of workers along the road doing
improvements, paintings cause they expect the Sultan of Oman to visit Khasab
the coming days. Khasab is ...
... had a small feast of traditional Omani foods – some soup with noodles, a pasta, cheese, & egg dish, fried cheese, mint and other leaves, & for my first time, but certainly not my last – dates. Not a bad meal but way too much food. I really hope with all the heat in Arabia that I will eat less – except for fruits – drink plenty of water, and lose some weight. Around midnight I turned in for a good night’s ...