Cities for Spiritual Seekers in Oman
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muscat my home which i am save in it what can i say about it muscat you now what to me like mother to me i feel a warm come to visit muscat love home yes you well now it i know you well say right yousif said my thank to all
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It's a good thing love is blind because if it wasn't, Muscat wouldn't be so in love with itself. The capital city does, like any place, have its charms, however. Mutrah, an old sea port trading community, has some of the finest examples of turn of the century fusion architecture in town - the covered souq there is somewhat reminiscent ...
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Nizwa was known in the days of the Yoruba Dynasties as the Pearl of Islam. These days Islamic scholars are far outnumbered by the European tourists lured in by tales of genies at the haunted castle of Bahla, the mountain oasis'es at Misbah and Jebel Akhdar(the Arabian Peninsula's highest peak) and the towered forts of Jibreen and Nizwa (murder doors ...
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Salalah is a beautiful place to travel in Oman. Khareef season attracts visitors from many places. Everyday morning roads and hills will be full of fog. Waves in the sea are high all the time. People are also very good here. Not much stressed life. There are many Indian and western restaurants. Vegetarians get pure vegetarian restaurants including Kerala style ...
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If you're Omani and you hear 'Barka' the first thing that comes to mind are farm fresh eggs. More of a weigh station on the coastal highway than anything else, Barka is close to Muscat and Al Sawadi Beach Resort and when you combine that with the fact that they got the best damn eggs in the Sultanate, then you'll ...
- 71 review
my phone and that the photo came from my ipod touch
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Sohar is the birthplace of the legendary Sinbad the Sailor (seriously) and that seafaring tradition continues to this day with his hearty and fun-loving descendants who gut their hauls on the same black sand beach and troll the same tepid water of the Gulf of Oman that he did. While the Persian influence still holds sway with the Al Belushi ...
- 103 reviews
Ruwi is excellent if you desire cheap clothes, watches or sunglasses with a familiar name at reduced prices, if not I wouldn't bother going.
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Ibra is the gateway to Wahiba Sands, the premiere destination for dune bashing tourists and local bedu people alike. The sense of isolation coupled with desolation and combined with ruins of another time plus giant copper red dunes of sand equates to an outpost where you wouldn't be surprised to stumble upon Lawerence of Arabia, or at least a latter ...
- 121 review
I went there to see the fort only to be able to see its outer walls. I don't think it is ever open. Luckily I hadn't driven very far to get to Rushtaq.
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