Seeing Salalah

Salalah is a rare primitive natural beauty in the South of Oman.
It’s valleys are delightfully fresh and simply air-conditioned,
with slow-flowing mist along the edges of mighty mountains.
This adorable coastal city overlooks the historic Arabian Sea,
and I felt it is a broken tip from South India, as it has
a potpourri of human cultures, of diverse Asian people.
Nevertheless, it’s an unforgettable sight from the very base of the mounts.
Primitive SalalahParticipating in this week’s Skywatch Friday challenge. For more exiting shots from other fellow bloggers of this challenge, click here.

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