Dating omani women
However, the same can’t be said for sleepy Muscat, according to Serena Evans, who lived in Oman for three years. The only way to spice things up is to abandon your British stiff upper lip.
"It’s a little like Groundhog Day – which one of the five bars shall we go to tonight? I heard one person saying to a complete stranger ‘I need some friends, I just got here, fancy going for a drink?
I had an email recently from a single woman moving to Oman, asking what it was like?
And if you’re a woman, plunged into a society where men vastly outnumber women, and where marriage is the norm, it’s even more so.My father had lived in the region before me and he told me that if anyone did something like that, I should make a big fuss – so I yelled!The man apologised, then ran off." Social life If your chosen destination is Dubai, winter sun destination par excellence, you’re unlikely to be worried that your free time will be dull.gave female expats pause for thought, demonstrating a – fortunately, rare – dark side to the sunshine lifestyle in the Gulf.Examples like these inevitably provoke questions, and so we spoke to four women who’ve lived and worked in some of the most popular destinations in the region – the UAE, Qatar and Oman – to find out what life is really like for a single woman living there.