Life in Muscat, Oman – I Always Feel Like I’m on Vacation!

This pic was taken quickly (“drive-by shooting”) while in Shatti Al Qurum.  Just a quick reminder to myself about how sweet life in Muscat can be, especially now that the weather is FINALLY cooling down to that perfect evening temperature.  While many pay thousands of dollars to come and enjoy a few days or maybe a week’s vacation here in the Sultanate (if they’re lucky), I am blessed to live here on a daily basis. It reminds me of that quote that says, “Do what you love and you’ll never have to work a day of your life.”  Of course I work very hard (have to put that out there in case the employer ever reads this, haha!) but life (even with all the challenges as an expat) is so very good here in Muscat, Oman.  AH, Life IS good! :-)

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8 responses to “Life in Muscat, Oman – I Always Feel Like I’m on Vacation!

  1. I would wish so much too. Now at least it looks like I will probably soon initiate business contacts for enterprises in Oman, and possibly come there either still this fall or early next year again.

  2. We are truly blessed Andy, I thank Allah everyday I drive to work how lucky I am to be in this beautiful land, and now we reap a beautiful season of family, laughter and goodwill, the wonderful time of Eid! Take care and drive safe (the road stats in Oman for such a small population are staggering!)

    • shallicomparethee,
      Yes, we are blessed to be here! I hope you have a truly enjoyable Eid with family and friends. Take good care and God bless!

  3. Its always a joy to see someone appreciate your country. That with all of its low points there are those who still consider it a wonderful place to be in.

    Thanks for your post

    Warda

    • The more I read about India in the paper, the less and less I feel like traveling there. What’s up with all the gang rapes in India! I can understand why you love and miss Oman.

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