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Deep in the heart of England,
so far away from the nexus of power that no politician has ever ventured there, the in or out that is the European Union vote by the increasingly disunited kingdom Continue reading
Menzies Aviation, the subsidiary of John Menzies PLC whose original operation was at many British train stations selling newspapers, is trying to form a joint venture with Oman Air to provide ground handling at all of Oman’s airports.
The original Continue reading
Opposite the Palace in Muscat
is Oman’s National Museum; its austere exterior in pale Omani marble is in keeping with the Continue reading
The weather in northern Oman has been unusually wet over the last few weeks. Heavy storms coming down from the north have brought rain, hail and flooding in some areas. So the weather was far from splendid when the Splendour of the Seas docked in Mina Sultan Qaboos.
Just before sunset more showers soaked Continue reading