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Expat Engineer who loves Travelling, Exploring, Photography, People, Nature & Architecture. Currently based in Nizwa - Oman, feel free to contact me in case you need any information about Oman. Will be glad to help.
Having spent much of my life in the confines of the M25 I am now living and working in the capital city Muscat and plan to share my experience as a city girl truly out of her comfort zone.
Filipina (& two expat cuties) adventures, mishaps, explorations to local places, local living in Oman as an expat, hotel and restaurant reviews, photography, fitness ideas and more...
About my travels around the world. Many funny stories as well as the dangers of traveling alone as a woman. I like to write about the characters I meet because you just can't make it up! I'm looking to travel again soon. Where to go? Some ideas please! Also lots of stories about my times teaching in Taiwan, Ecuador, Morocco and Vietnam
Leaving behind life in Scotland and starting a fresh in Muscat, Oman, this is the life of an expat wife, mother and blogger.
Oman celebrated its 44th national day on 18th November with much style and fervor....
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is one of the best tourist attractions in Oman. Resembling a radiant lighthouse, this beautiful structure reveals the perfect juxtaposition of Islamic spirit and architectural science.
Aishelaqtta translates to " Whats Happening" thus the blog is about letting the local community know as to various acitivites, happenings and local talent going on in the Muscat
This is the story of me, a twenty something Scottish lass living in Muscat, Oman. Brand new Mummy, Wife, Blogger and Lady of extreme leisure. Join us on our adventures of this strange and exciting land and all the weird stuff in between.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.