Frantic rattles stir the quiet, contemplative air at PDO's sleepy Ras al Hamra recreation centre.
The time to visit Dubai is now. The summer festival has begun with shopping extravaganzas, fashion shows, lucky draws, special hotel packages and sporting events.
Dream your dreams and they will get you somewhere. If that somewhere is where your goals lie, who’s complaining.
When Fatma Abdullah moved to Muscat from Al Ain in UAE last year, she brought with her both fond memories of the life she left behind and the natural worries of having to start over in an unfamiliar milieu.
'Everybody can help somebody.’ An uncomplicated mantra - both irrefutable in its logic and clear in its meaning - that is the core ethic of Misha Daud’s altruism and the governing ethos of her long-running charitable initiative, the aptly-titled ‘M Factor’.
If there is anything that can capture the progression and flow of landscapes, that's art. And this holds true for Diane Kazakis, an Australian artist of Greek origin in Oman, who says nature - in its various forms - is her muse.
Don’t let your children miss out! It is well established that stories play a vital role in the growth and development of children. In the books they read the characters they are familiar with become friends.
Even as a child, playing football on the warm sands of the golden beaches that cradle his home in Yiti, on the Muscat coastline, Hussain al Jabri had known that the sea would be a part of his life forever. It had been a defining, inescapable constant in his existence.