Oman’s UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Oman has just had three new listings added to UNESCOs Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity inscriptions; adding to the existing four cultural listings.

Serving Arabic coffee is an important aspect of hospitality in Arab societies and is a tradition that dates back many centuries. It is considered a ceremonial act of generosity.

Omani Coffee being served
Omani Coffee being served

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Golden Sands and Golden Honey in Oman

We survived a desert storm to enjoy Omani Coffee and Honey

Arriving in one of Oman’s Deserts the golden dunes of the Wahiba Sands to set up camp we were faced with flying sand and strong winds; a normal sunset event as the weather heats up. We couldn’t really do anything till the wind had died down – and today it really didn’t want to . Eventually having stretched the time of our move into plan B – a departure to a permanent camp – we were relieved that the wind did die down – and up the tents went in the darkness. Steaks cooked and baked potatoes unwrapped and the meal was good to eat. Continue reading “Golden Sands and Golden Honey in Oman”