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Muttrah Corniche in Muscat, Oman at night

Hi friends and fellow bloggers! Thanks for lingering on for a while.I sure love to be in the company of people like you, where we can all be one and closer to each other through the power of the pen! Originally,from the Philippines,I lived in the Middle East for the past 20 years as an expat [managerial post in Supply Chain Management and Warehousing] and my latest stint is at the GCC region [Oman]. The sights and wonders that the world has in store and carved out by our Creator lies everywhere around us  sadly unknown and unreachable to some but thanks to our blogs, it is such a huge highway of information available to any human. I have always found solace in nature and outdoor activity since my younger days. With the rapidly changing world brought about by cyberspace and technology or shortage of open spaces due to modernization,quality time is hard to embrace.Sure hope that this blog will impact some people out there who are yearning  for adventure and relaxation but thinks  they don’t have the time , but eventually will have barely enough. If there’s a will there’s a way so they say. Which could be in the form of taking an interest in horticulture , taking a simple stroll through the park or hiking through the mountains .  Making  the great outdoors a part of my daily life and having  a constant craving for connection  with nature  have worked wonders to me and perhaps to the many people around the world as well because over the long run and proven by numerous

ME-Wranglerresearch studies, it has been found to be a very good stress reliever.To keep in shape I squeeze a few hours in between in the company of some friends for  recreational sports to middle distance running and to maintain a balance between physical life and spiritual life, I do read and share the bible and like to call myself  Christ’s follower, but there is a special diversion that I like doing since my student days  which is writing.Thank you all Sirs and Ma’ams for your time. Meanwhile, I ‘m looking forward to having a pleasant and lasting writing relationship with you. May our blogs be beneficial to one another.Have a great day ahead!

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  1. Thanking as a wonderful blogsite for people in all walks of life who are enthusiastic to share their gifts of wisdom to the world thru the art of writing.I am blessed to be one of them,and I can only guarantee readers the truth in what I am scribbling and as simple and as understandable as can be in any topic.As I anticipate more encouraging and infectious reactions from you thru your replies and comments,I shall endeavor to keep going and not run out of beautiful blogs.:) Cheers!From author Manhuel Estera:)) (a.k.a. BillybrownM)


  2. Thank you so much for following my blog and liking it. Nice to meet you!:)
    “I have become enamored to nature and adventure and sports activities as I am a distance runner myself” is the key sentence for me; thank you again!


  3. Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.


  4. Thanks for following my blog. I can’t wait to see the Middle East myself. (I heard they have some beautiful places down there!)
    Looking forward to reading more of your posts! 🙂


    1. You are very much welcome to see Oman.A must-see place really in the Middle East.Its the top ten tourist destination in the world.Fine to know you are from Germany…I have a blog to be posted soon about Duisburg which I visited before..Have a nice day!


  5. Thanks for coming by our blog, Womens Missionary Federation, and reading our posts! I am so glad you chose to follow us and keep up on our news regularly. I will be checking your your blog too! Blessings to you


  6. Thanks for your Like on a recent post on the blog. Loved your post about the nine foot banana “bunch.” Could we ship this plant to Sierra Leone?! I’ve been to Philippines 3x on business, but never made it to the famous rice terraces I always wanted to see. Beautiful country.


    1. Accept this with gladness TC 🙂 !!! We are a family of bloggers that need each other’s support and encouragement.Thank you so much for passing on to me the nomination which gives me and to all other bloggers the inspiration to excel and give it a spark in the world of blogging not allowing enthusiasm to fade.Once again my deep appreciation and more power to you TC and the blogging community…


      1. Ok fine…I wanted to nominate you too…but good thing I asked you first.I did not respond to the call which was made last May…just did not have time to do the rules….bye:)


  7. So you decided to join the small clan of Uncle Spike followers, sometimes known as The Spikey’s…. That makes me a happy blogger now – I really appreciate you making that special mouse click.

    Hope you like my upcoming posts and if you get bored one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too.

    If you have any likes, dislikes or suggestions about my blog, just let me know, either through ‘comments’ or via email. Always welcome reader input 🙂

    Have a great old day…



  8. Thanks for subscribing to my blog! Oman, is it? That’s probably a new country on my list, but I’ll have to check 🙂
    On my blog you’ll find more than 2300 ‘full screen photos’ from Norway. Please enjoy!


    1. Heh.Heh.Love it! Thanks from the bottom of my heart…I havent done the first one from you yet and here comes the next…anyway rest assured TC I’ll make sure I’ll do what needs to be done…best regards:)


  9. Well said! Am new in the Sulatanate of Oman after 11 years in the UAE. Looking forward for more informative blogs from you learning deeper about the scenic places of this wonderful place like Oman.


  10. Hi, very nice meeting you here… Good luck both the Philippines people and the Vietnamese people…


    1. I am very honored to hear about your comments regarding my blog..I hope this will not be the last communication between us..more to come and have a nice day and happy blogging 🙂


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