A Fort worth visiting

Gazing on the faraway mountains in the Nakhal interior town, one could hardly miss spotting this so so so old Fort  standing on an irregular shaped rock which is estimated to be of the Pre-Islamic period origin. It looked very well preserved and has undergone constant renovation overtime.Nakhal Fort is an entrenched building that rises at the base of Mt. Nakhal northeast of Jebel Al Akhdar or Green Mountain.

Clams Clams Clams

Vid clip shows fresh clams  in the Philippines, being soaked  in tap water for a few hours. This is done so that clams will voluntarily open themselves and spit-out the sand and other impurities that they have after which you’ll notice that the bowl with water and clam will be murky towards the end, with sand particles visible. Rinsing follows and cooking starts.Soup anyone?

Beach by the Cliff

Salalah. Muscat Daily
This is a  tourist site in the Dhofar region of Oman.The Cliffs like this are abound in this cold region in what otherwise is a hot desert country in the GCC region.
Wadi Tiwi
Wadi Tiwi Along the Arabian Sea Oman(cliffhangercorner©photo)
Wadi Daykah Dam
Wadi Daykah is Oman’s most Popular Dam and a Popular Site [Cliffhanger©photo]

Marine Life


Life on Earth is connected to the ocean and its inhabitants. It is a must to get acquainted with matters concerning this vital system, thus the urge to ensure that its health is not endangered is ever-present in us which could then be shared to others and inspiring them to be responsible marine-life loving people.

1-Castilla Sorsogon...
The Bay along Sorsogon

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