Full day's trip to Khasab, Oman, for a half day dhow cruise.
As a working port, got to see plenty of fresh-caught fish being unloaded, at least three species of birds occasionally fightining it out, and yes, plenty of dolphins riding the bow wakes of all the dhows in the area.
Did a bit of swimming in the super warm water, cruised past Jazirat Sham, saw a little bit of history from the British occupation (Telegraph Island), and had an entirely adequate vegetable stew for lunch on the cruise. (the fried chicken was so bad it doesn't bear mention) Throw in some more swimming off Seebi Island, surrounded by other tourist dhows. Ended up being a nice, relaxing way to start the trip, even if there was a bit of border crossing drama back into the United Arab Emirates caused by some of the other tourists on the tour bus.
Managed a late dinner at one of Rick's favorites, a Lebanese place called On the Wood. Hummus was delicious, the wrap was okay; they had some grilled meats and stuff that looked good, but alas, another time-- it was way late to wait long for dinner.