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Where to go this week
August 15, 2018 | 8:02 PM
by Times News Service
Take a break at one of the resorts in Oman.
 
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Thursday 16.8.2018



01.00pm Weekend Getaway


Wash the week’s stress by starting your weekend at one of the resorts in Oman. Enjoy the peace and tranquility; far away from the daily hustle-bustle. This might be the perfect start to your holidays.



Friday 17.8.2018

10.00am Health is Wealth


Go for a full body health check-up with your whole family or attend important health related sessions happening across town.



Saturday 18.8.2018

12.00pm Brunch and Munch


Grab a few friends and head to a super chill restaurant for a weekend brunch with a few hours of food, fun, and chatter.



Sunday 19.8.2018

6.00am Beach Run


Begin your week by going for a long jog by the beach in Oman. Doesn’t matter, where you stay. A beach can’t be too far away anyway.



Monday 20.8.2018

6.30pm Startup Meet


People with an existing up-and-running business or people starting up a new business can gather and learn from each other in startup meets.



Tuesday 21.8.2018

9.00am Get Artsy


Attend a stencil making, canvas painting, or calligraphy workshop and flaunt your creative skills on paper.



Wednesday 22.8.2018

9.00am A Mwasalat Ride


Try taking the Mwasalat bus and experience the ride if you haven’t before.

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