Category Archives: life in oman

  • Red Bull Cliff Diving, World Series 2012

    Posted on November 16, 2012 by d3d3k in life in oman.

    ::: This post is long over-due. The event was held on September 27, 2012 ::: Waktu pertama kali baca pengumuman event ini, dan kemudian browsing, saya ber “oohhh…ohhh..” dengan noraknya. Ada ya ternyata olahraga beginian. Diving in to the water from a steep cliff. Ada world championshipnya pula. Dan untuk tahun 2012, the grand final […]

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  • Need a new challenge

    Posted on November 16, 2012 by d3d3k in life in oman.

    I truly thank The One for all I have in my life. Nice and supportive husband, cute and healthy kids, surrounded by many good people, has a chance to visit, even stay in different countries. But sometimes, life as a mom and housewife can be really flat and boring. I used to work, had business […]

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  • me and baking

    Posted on August 13, 2012 by d3d3k in life in oman.

    picture from here Call me a sweet tooth, I am crazy for dessert! Saya suka buat kue, baking atau apalah istilah kerennya. Jauh lebih senang buat kue daripada masak. Senang rasanya kalau ketemu resep enak, berhasil dibuat, dimakan habis sama orang, terus diminta resepnya. Semua hasil percobaan baking saya, yang menurut saya enak, resepnya saya […]

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  • Back to Muscat

    Posted on August 6, 2012 by d3d3k in life in oman.

    Hi..I am back! Gosh, this blog was last updated on October 15, last year! Blame it on the pregnancy hormone, plus life with a 2-years-old boy, plus plus without full time nanny. More than enough reasons for not cooking, cleaning the house, updating the blog, I guess 😉 But I promise I will update this […]

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  • first time with oman post

    Posted on May 11, 2011 by d3d3k in life in oman.

    Being an online shopping junkie, I thought that it will be easier to shop here in Oman. Back home, I have to deal with tax (which sometimes the rate is unpredictably high), and quite pricey courier rate. I once got my working contract sent from Indonesia to Oman. The office sent it using EMS Post […]

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