The title of my article may sound a little dramatic but I know this topic has been discussed endlessly by adults and young people alike all over the world.
Every town in Oman has its own set of characteristics that makes it unique. Living in Salalah has its charms, but I think it's safe to say that weddings are probably the most stressful aspect of life here. In fact, they're so stressful that I'm going to have to dedicate this entire article to wedding preparations alone.
We often walk into our local supermarket and find that a certain item we're looking for, like creamy peanut butter or soy milk, is missing.
Anyone who visits Salalah is bound to drive along Haffa beach in the old souk area, or what we locals call 'The Corniche'.
Many of you live in Dhofar or have been here at least once or twice, and a good number of you may have visited the ruins at Khor Rori (Samharam) just outside Salalah.