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Old Apr 11th 2017, 1:17 pm   #2236
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BTW i left when centurion was a rank..........
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Old Apr 11th 2017, 1:31 pm   #2237
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Wondered how long that would take and nice use of the word Scalie and recognising a bit of obscure Latin generally takes-one-to know-one
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Old Jul 6th 2017, 4:09 am   #2238
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Hi there. Brand New to BE. Left London for Australia 14 years ago and now negotiating over a move to Oman with a view to moving around Sept/Oct. My other half is Korean and we do not yet have kids.

Have absolutely no idea about life in ME however have read through many threads and the overwhelming sentiment seems to be that Oman/Muscat is a lovely place to live.

I have a million questions, however I shall search through the threads to see if they have been covered already.

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Old Jul 25th 2017, 12:42 pm   #2239
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Hi there. Brand New to BE. Left London for Australia 14 years ago and now negotiating over a move to Oman with a view to moving around Sept/Oct. My other half is Korean and we do not yet have kids.

Have absolutely no idea about life in ME however have read through many threads and the overwhelming sentiment seems to be that Oman/Muscat is a lovely place to live.

I have a million questions, however I shall search through the threads to see if they have been covered already.

Cheers
For the last 3 years I've split my time between muscat and the uk but shortly going to be moving to Qatar
Oman is indeed a great place to be and have loved our time here.
Now that our children are independent I'm going to stay with my husband in Doha and hopefully get a job as a midwife
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Old Jul 26th 2017, 10:36 am   #2240
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For the last 3 years I've split my time between muscat and the uk but shortly going to be moving to Qatar
Oman is indeed a great place to be and have loved our time here.
Now that our children are independent I'm going to stay with my husband in Doha and hopefully get a job as a midwife
Thanks for the note, we don't have kids yet but hoping it won't be too long, feeling very excited about the move although the heat does worry me a little!! I think moving during winter might be a smart move
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