Firstly – should those considering a move be worried about their safety?
This weeks question: How is the dating scene amongst single young Omanis?
Number of homeless in Oman soars amid economic crunch...“This is not the only homeless group living by a crust of bread and water,” he said. Some absconded after their visas expired and some have entered the country illegally.” They live in abandoned houses, construction sites, rooftops of commercial buildings, car parks of shopping malls and even behind rubbish bins....
But meanwhile, here's the latest installment of 'Ask an Omani' by our fantastic guest Omani - Omani Dreamer.
Ex-Expatriate who was living in Muscat, Oman, Middle East for too long, but still blogs about the place.
Biased and usually irreverent opinions on life and business goings on in The Sultanate of Oman, a quiet and beautiful country bordering the Indian Ocean.