Arabian Sea Villas

Address: Dahariz Beach, Salalah, PC 211, Oman | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Dahariz Beach, Salalah.
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      Travel Blogs from Salalah

      Salalah , Oman summer 2014

      A travel blog entry by anjaliballal on Aug 04, 2014

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      Summer 2014 , I had been waiting for these holidays. After giving my finals for a dental exam , I was completely exhausted. I was born and bought up in Oman, so I get home sick often , I miss the comfort and luxury of an Arab life. Few problems we face being a third culture kid. I left to Oman on the 15th of July. Many of my school friends were there already during the summer, it's nice to catch up and know how life has been after high school. We planned a trip to salalah with a ...

      Warships and whales

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 14, 2014

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      ... They were totally convinced the warship was coming to protect us from an immediate threat. The fact that we could only see other cargo ships was irrelevant lock up your valuables and daughters, the pirates are on their way. When the warship turned away we were treated to wails of abandonment and being left to our fate with people arming themselves from the lido. Dearie dearie me. There is only ...

      Doh-rae-mi- Salalah-ti-DOH!!!

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 04, 2014

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      ... coffee shop was no more than a kiosk and the shaded area had enough seats for about 4 people. There was no ticket counter that I could see but a couple of men dressed in traditional Omani dish-dasher and wearing kumars were approaching passengers as they alighted from the shuttle buses. Their English was impeccable as I overheard them talking with a group of Australians from the ship. The taxis were lining up in eager anticipation. We spotted a sign ...

      Surprise, I'm back

      A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... friends she is like another sister to me. We went back to there house and I went in the door first to surprise there daughter Faith. When Faith looked up at me she got so excited and ran over to hug me. She is emotional like her mom and started crying though as she was so excited to see me. I spent the next week just hanging out with Davina. I also was able to see my former colleagues Freddie, Frank and Tony. My friend Kristi was able to get off base and we went and had lunch and ...

      Salalah , Oman

      A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... however due to the low tide we didn't get to see it in action. At this stop late in the afternoon, we did see more families, however the women were very conscious of covering their heads when we approached them. I did feel a little out of place here, with my blond hair, and was aware of the stares from the local people.

      It was an interesting place, although very barren and sandy. There s a lot of development going on in Salalah and it ...