Sunday, 20 January 2013

Dia 202 / Day 202 - January 20/2012


Hoy estuvimos en el mar por la mañana, disfrutando de una playa inmensa solo para nosotros.  El mar es cristalino y se ven cardumenes de peces pasar cerca a uno, tambien se ven rayas, caracoles, etc.  Desafortunadamente a Marce la picaron varias aguamalas y nos salimos del mar.

En la tarde salimos para Muscat, pero pasamos por los manglares y paramos en Qantab, otro pueblo muy bonito metido en una cantidad de montañas de roca.

Cuando llegamos a Muscat estuvimos en la playa antes de ir a despedirnos de Ajit e irnos para el aeropuerto.

Hoy volamos de Muscat a Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Desafortunadamente no estuvimos suficiente tiempo en Oman como nos hubiera gustado.  Es un pais encantador y todavia virgen de esas oleadas de turistas que visitan otros lugares.  Nos sentimos bien recibidos en Oman desde el pricipio, comenzando con el oficial de inmigracion que nos dio la visa gratis, luego con el conductor del bus que nos dejo super cerca de donde necesitabamos ir y finalmente el taxista que nos repetia “Bienvenidos a mi pais”.  La gente es muy cordial y les gusta hablar con el turista e interactuar lo mas que puedan.  Definitivamente un lugar para volver!

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Today we enjoyed the sea and our private beach.  The sea is crystal clear and we could see lots of fish swimming around us, we also saw rays, snails, etc.  Unfortunately Marce was stung by jellyfish and we could not spend more time in the water.

In the afternoon we left for Muscat, but first we passed by the mangove lagoon and we stopped in Qantab, another beautiful town surrounded by rocky mountais.

When we arrived in Muscat we went to the beach before going to say goodbye to Ajit and leave for the airport.

Today we flew from Muscat to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Unfortunately we did not spend as much time in Oman as we would have liked it.  It is a beautiful country, still virgin from waves of tourists.  We felt very welcome into Oman since the very beginning, starting with the inmigration officer that gave us the visa for free, then the bus driver that dropped us off very close to the place we needed and continuing with the taxi driver that kept saying “Welcome to my country”.  The people are great and like to talk to the tourist and interact as much as possible.  Definitely a place to visit again!


Camping en As Sifah, Oman
Camping in As Sifah, Oman

Playa en As Sifah, Oman
Beach in As Sifah, Oman

Playa en As Sifah, Oman
Beach in As Sifah, Oman

Playa en As Sifah, Oman
Beach in As Sifah, Oman


Caracol en la playa de As Sifah, Oman
Snail on the beach in As Sifah, Oman

Playa en As Sifah, Oman
Beach in As Sifah, Oman

Playa en As Sifah, Oman
Beach in As Sifah, Oman

Cabra en As Sifah, Oman
Goat in As Sifah, Oman

Entrada del mar cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Khor close to As Sifah, Oman

Entrada del mar cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Khor close to As Sifah, Oman

Entrada del mar cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Khor close to As Sifah, Oman

Entrada del mar cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Khor close to As Sifah, Oman

Manglares cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Mangrove close to As Sifah, Oman

Manglares cerca a As Sifah, Oman
Mangrove close to As Sifah, Oman

Qantab, Oman

Playa en Qantab, Oman
Beach in Qantab, Oman

Qantab, Oman

Qantab, Oman

Muscat, Oman

Playa en Muscat, Oman
Beach in Muscat, Oman

Playa en Muscat, Oman
Beach in Muscat, Oman

Teatro de Opera, Muscat, Oman
Royal Opera House, Muscat, Oman

Gran Mezquita en Muscat, Oman
Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman

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