Pros: close to Sydney (basically it’s a Sydney suburb), great walks, close to water, aboriginal engravings, Austrian Club, you can do it with kids Cons: too close to the city (roads, noise, people) for people seeking more solitude And below are some photos and directions of the loops we took, which started at Seaforth Oval, then following Timber Getters Track to The Bluff Track, Austrian Club to refuel, and back to the… Read More
Two very interesting petroglyphs sites in Musandam, Oman providing a testament to life in the peninsula centuries before.
Al Ula in Saudi Arabia – a place of amazing natural beauty and historical significance.
One of remarkable highlights of Oman for any visitor is to visit a falaj – Omani’s ancient engineering in action.
Pros: fossils – amazing petrified trees full of colors, learn about early inhabitants of the area some 8 000 years ago, some nice walks Cons: small park with not too many other activities around
Bahla Fort is one of four historic fortresses situated at the foot of the Jebel Akhdar/Shams highlands in Oman.
Samharam is located at the outlet of Wadi Darbat. Is is an ancient city, now just ruins, known to be part of the frankincense road. The location tells the story of an ancient civilization in Dhofar and its reliance on having access to fresh water.
One of the top highlights you can enjoy in Bahrain. Citing Wikipedia – “The Qal’at al-Bahrain, also known as the Bahrain Fort or Portuguese Fort.
Bahrain National Museum is one of the top tourist attractions in Bahrain.