SaidHe arrives on his 4x4, without the slightest doubt. With him you will fill safe and secure. His smile and his proud look give him the title of prince. Then it turns out that he is a beekeeper and knows all kinds of honey.
He knows the desert knows beyond the borders of Oman.
Were it for him, the GPS would be banned: he would orient himself with the sun, the moon, the stars and the wind.
JasimThinking about football, which he practiced on a professional level, he would be a fantasist. Cook, driver, guide, storyteller: the art of the number 10.
He dribbles in the dunes with his 4x4 instead of the ball.
He stops, goes down, peers, unloads, cooks ... football applied to the desert. He, the number 10 you will never forget.
SultanWhen he passes through the dunes, you will hear the melodies of his songs and of the Oud (typical Omani stringed instrument) that he plays masterfully.
With his off-road vehicle he looks like a conductor who transforms the notes of the pentagram of his land into a concert of passion that he transmits to everyone.
From far away you can hear him singing. The songwriter of the desert.
BirjanIn the fruit and vegetable market of Muscat you might hear a vaguely Italian name, "Cracco!", but to raise the head is not the famous chef but Birjan, who comes to you and greets you in Italian.
He is from Bangladesh but after tasting his fettuccine with meat sauce you might think that there is an Italian chef in the kitchen. In the desert, among the mobile tented fields, he is the undisputed king of the kitchen: fresh and tasty salads, grilled fillets, al dente pasta with fresh crab sauce, all strictly Italian Style.