Dibba in various colours and lights
We had BBQ dinner. It was a fusion of Arabic and Indian dish. There was nothing much to do at night. There was no TV and no internet. But the kids had fun toying with the little lambs. By that time the goaty smell had been well tuned with our noses and no one was complaining.
Then it was time to say good bye to this place with its great goaty experience. We got into a small boat that took us to a jetty where a bigger boat, 'dhow' was waiting for us and a few other groups of tourists.
One of the goats walked us down the hill. What a hospitality!
The villa was a small white spot as we waved good bye and sailed away
The boy was pretending to navigate the boat
The dhow took us about 25km north. It cruised along the coastal area of Musandam. After about 3 hours, we reached a lee shore which was sheltered by the majestic rock formation that dwarfed us down. We dived into the water and then jumped into a small boat to explore the coastal cave. We got back to the dhow and had lunch.
The journey in the dhow was very pleasant. I dozed off almost all the way.
The majestic view of Musandam
The dhow was moored and the people in it jumped into a small boat to explore the beach