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K for Kuwait

K for Kuwait

An early morning walk at the beach

K for Kuwait

A cloudy winter day

For most people, the country Kuwait generally evokes phrases like oil rich nation, hot weather etc. But it’s a country of numerous beaches as well. And what if I tell you that in this country you can take a nice long walk along the beautiful beaches for many months of the year?

K for Kuwait

The sun sets over the Arabian Gulf

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Skywatch Friday – Muscat International Airport

Another day about to come to a close in Muscat

Another day about to come to a close in Muscat

It was refreshing to see those clear skies with the barren hills in the background. Having lived in Muscat for about 17 years, it was a delight to be back even if it was just for a few hours.

“Outside, daylight was bleeding slowly toward dusk.”
Stephen King, The Running Man

Linking to Skywatch Friday

Skywatch – Dusk in Kuwait

Another cloudy day in Kuwait comes to an end..

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”
― Rabindranath Tagore

Linking to Skywatch Friday

NaBloPoMo November 2016

Oman Diaries – Sunset, Sunrise & the Mysteries of Wahiba Sands

In a continuation to my previous post on Wahiba Sands, I also wanted to mention about one of the mysteries I came across during my stay as well as watching the beautiful sunset and sunrise.

Since we had arrived around late afternoon, we set out to capture the sunset at about 5pm in the evening. With our cameras and smartphones in tow, we set out with Majid (our driver cum guide) in the Land Cruiser Prado to the vantage point which was to provide us the best view of the sunset.

Our Land Cruiser Prado arrives at the vantage point..

Our Land Cruiser Prado arrives at the vantage point..

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