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weekends spent chasing palm trees and white sand shores
drinking Omani "qahwa"
life in a Muscat yellow villa
raising a little Omani princess
Fans of "How To Live Like an Omani Princess"
Please Be Kind
This blog is [now] a combinination of the stories and experiences of three women into the character of one [so no one can mouth one or the other]. Just a quick favour to beg, if anyone reading this blog guesses any one of our IRL (in real life) identities, please hold off on puting it in the comments box. Jazzakallah kheir! And please ask before taking any images off a post. Other than that, carry on!
Muscat Fashion Week
enjoying art and eye candy
fabulous food and places to see and be seen
Castles and Jinn
Omani traditions and superstitions
TAXI driver that the OPNO girls trust
Honest, fair, safe driver. Took us to Nakhl and the Interior before, and also all around Muscat. His number: 94266611 . Name: Mohammed
camping and off-road adventures
not desert, and not just Salalah
recipes, Omani and inspired by Oman
forts crumbling into ruins and castles in the clouds
I am just another Bedouin Victorian girl living her life in the Khaleej (aka Arabian/Persian Gulf). I currently reside in the Sultanate of Oman. I occasionally write for the blog "How to Live like an Omani Princess" and usually BADLY edit it.