Sultanate of Oman – A Flashback

Certain cities/countries grow into you and for me it is Oman…the land of golden sands, wadis and for adventures unknown. 18 years is a long time to forget and move on but it seems only yesterday we were readying for the epic flight to Muscat, the capital of Sultanate of Oman. (1995 -2000) Nizwa….a rooftop view…

Closed Doors

I am fascinated by doors….especially the closed/bolted ones. Intrigue and anticipation; wonder and awe….. Antique window wooden frames and a missing door of an ancient house in Old town, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman. The style, colour says it all and the fancier the better. In Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (waterfront).

The Accidental Expat

New post in DISPLACED NATION THE ACCIDENTAL EXPAT: As an expat spouse, I had a ticket to explore life’s infinite possibilities

Accidental Expat.

Growing up I would envy friends whose father’s had transferable jobs moving to different cities, within country and abroad. Ours was a business family and this necessitated staying in one place and one residence, a family property, in sleepy, culturally and politically rich town of Allahabad on the banks of River Ganga, the holy river…