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Staying And Praying With Omani’s; Traveling In Muscat With A Child

Muscat is the capital of the Sultanate of Oman and is on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by Saudi Arabia, Yemen and the Indian Ocean. 1,013 more words


Exploring Sultanate of Oman

I am expat living in Abu Dhabi for almost 9 years and as a human being i adopt the culture of the Arabian people and as I’ve said to myself I’m planning to travel in the GCC country or in any part of the Middle East.  367 more words


Oman - In the land of Frankincense

When one thinks about holiday destinations, Oman is not a country that would automatically come to mind.  It might not even feature on the top twenty list of places to visit but one thing is for sure – after seeing what the Sultanate of Oman has to offer in terms of its natural beauty and the diverse landscapes, it should definitely be among the top must-see destinations for any traveler looking for a unique experience. 677 more words

Trains And Aeroplanes

6am on Al Bahri Street along the Muttrah Corniche

  The Muttrah corniche runs along the harbor for about 3 kms.  It’s always a treat to see not only Omanis but people of all nationalities walking, chatting, sitting, taking pictures and jogging along this popular promenade! 188 more words


Kalbooh Park, Muscat, Oman

  Kalbooh Park, near Muttrah and Old Muscat, is another example of the beauty of Muscat Parks!  As you can see, Kalbooh Park is just down the road from Riyam Park and the “giant incense burner”.  205 more words


Walkway along Bait Al Baranda

  This beautiful rest area/walkway is just behind the Bait Al Baranda Museum in Muttrah  They put up these neon looking lights which give the place even more of that touristy look!  33 more words

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