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06:15 18-11-2008
Steve Manthorpe
Hi!

Firstly thanks for such a great website.

I read your Dec2006 trip through the Umm As Samim. We're planning to follow a similar route this December with 3 cars.

Have you heard any more about the requirement for a permit to go near the Saudi border?

Also - is the track in this area clear? Around here there's a long gap between your waypoints, but you describe a good gravel track - is it reasonably straighforward to follow, keeping an eye on the compass?

Thanks,

Steve
Geantwoord op: 15:00 18-11-2008

No I don't know about permits. We have been there last year. Have not heard of somebody being stopped. The track is absolutely straightforward. No need for compass. There is no other way un less you want to conquer some dunes

14:17 27-09-2008
Kennet
Hi

I have read about your travels to Oman. We would like to go hiking for a day. But we do not have a 4-wheel drive. Is it possible to reach starting point of W6 or W6a with a saloon car.? Can you recommend other short hikes in Oman (4-7 hours). We are in Oman in early october.

Kennet, Denmark
08:34 26-09-2008
rob stephens
Hello Jan,
We've been living in Dubai for the last 4 years and visit Oman regularly for weekends and holidays
thanks and congrats for the fantastic website which is easily the best for the natural history and culture of oman.

kind regards

Rob
14:39 06-08-2008
Alex en Sophia Bakx
Hoi Jan en Lilian,

Ik heb ff bij jullie op de site gekeken en laat jullie meteen mijn adres achter.
Jullie zitten in een idiaal land, veel zon dus veel dorst

Groetjes en we mailen ons, Alex en Sopia
15:23 05-08-2008
sabina a
Riyam Park to Muttrah Walk. This is a great trek and we have done it a few times now. However, the last time we did this walk, we were greeted by a pack of very wild dogs (about 5 or 6) at the end when you climb the hill and are overlooking the cemetery - we had entered their territory. They started closing in on us, but luckily one of the others was able to throw a rock at one of the dogs and they went away. Very frightening experience and glad we made it out ok. Please make sure you do not do this trek alone and be sure to tell others where you will be.
15:53 04-08-2008
Yaser Fahdi
Jan-Lilian,

Thanks alot for producing such web site about my country .. really I like the site very much and the way you organise it ..
Pardon me to call your page (The Encyclopaedia of Oman) as it covers most of the Omani states.

Thanks once again,
Yaser
13:24 03-07-2008
jenny schreurs
Dad- youre latest story on the gravesite is one which fascinates me most. Indeed- a splendid extended essay or topic worth examining in more detail. Its great that some veterans have responded- maybe they could give a more detailed description of what really happened? x
 
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09:12 25-06-2008
David Rose
One of the best sources of information on Masirah that I have come across. Thanks to my friend 'Robby' for passing on the link.
I served at RAF Masirah July 1968 - October 1969. Incredible memories of the place including the fishing, my first stab at sailing which I carried on for many years, and most memorable would be the Turtles laying their eggs. We had a dawn patrol that lifted the exhausted turtles back to the water line as they would have been roasted by the rising sun if they had been left.
Thanks very much for a great site but in particular for the Masirah section.
All the best
David
14:20 22-06-2008
Nick Ofield
Thank you for visiting the Mina Al Fahal cemetary, where many of my comrades are burried. It serves as a reminder that these brave men gave their lives in order that Oman can be free for you all to live and explore it in freedom and safety.
17:35 29-01-2008
Juma Al-Belushi
Hi Jan,
Thanks for sharing your excellent trips with the rest of us. I have no doubt that many will follow your routes which you descriped in a truly professional way. Thanks for the many warnings about the dangers associated with the desert of Oman - its easy for people to underestimate when they drive their brand new 4x4!

Greetings to you & family,
Juma

now I am gussing that verstuur means submitt!!
08:54 03-12-2007
Kordula
Hello Liljan + Jan,
Since 4 years we are living in Oman now and since from the very first day your website was a fantastic tool to us to explore and get to know beautiful Oman. Since today we are regular visitors to your site. This is to express our sincere thanks to let us share your wide knowledge and experience. We hope you will continue to post trips and information.
Best regards
Kordula + Herve Corvest
15:25 29-11-2007
Fahimeh
Hello Liljan and Jan,
You have succeeded in practically setting up a very well organized and informative site! It’s short but comprehensive, it’s fun but informative and practical and finally it’s bilingual. I have to tell you that I have a great deal of fun while studying Dutch through this site. It’s a pleasurable way of learning Dutch! And at the same time I can put up some plans for my holidays.

Mijn dank is groet.

De Geroten,
Fahimeh
14:41 28-11-2007
jenny schreurs
AWESOME pictures of the Wahiba
GO DADDY!

xxx
21:26 14-11-2007
Peter Benjamins
Hello Jan, hello Liljan,

a fantastic website! I know many of these trips from my own time with PDO ('96-'00) and had the opportunity to revisit some place over Easter 2007. I will pass on the link to your site as excellent source for reference material for everyone of my friends who plans to visit Oman!

Regards

Peter
12:47 10-10-2007
Anne Paylor
Fabulous website. We are producing a publication under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism highlighting adventure tourism in Oman and would like to carry a picture of Majlis Al Jinn. Yours are spectacular and convey some idea of the sheer size. Do you have a high resolution original that we might be able to use? We would of course give you full accreditation in the publication. Would be grateful if you could get back to me ASAP. Many thanks, Anne.
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