DWNN - Muscat
Muscat, Oct 29: On the bright and sunny day of 27th October the Pangalites of Oman along with their family and friends had a get-together to have loads of fun at the beautiful and lush greens of the farmhouse at Sawadi.
Sawadi is a enchanting coastal city on the Batinah Coast famous for its lavish beach and glorious green fields. Many tourists visit this place to enjoy nature’s beauty in abundance.
The program commenced with offering prayers and seeking Almighty’s choicest blessings on each and everyone attended. All the fun began with the game of passing the ball for the kids and was followed by the lemon and spoon race for the women and the men .The balloon dance for the couples followed on. The main attraction was the pick-n-act held for the men with themes that refreshed our memories of our lifestyle back at home
The kids were the ones who had the best of their time and enjoyed been in the hands of Mother Nature.
The flavor of the fresh air added to the taste of the different varieties of barbecue, which everybody relished and complimented. The lunch was prepared by all the Pangalites in the traditional Mangalorean style refilled everybody’s energy level. Housie-housie was then conducted and the collection was promised to be given to the poor in Pangla Parish through the Saint Vincent De Paul Committee, Pangla.
Then the members enjoyed variety of team games like cricket, doge–ball and throw ball. The sun set signaled the end of the successful picnic and fun filled day for the Pangalites and their friends at the picnic. Everybody returned their homes with complete satisfaction and enjoying a beautiful day in relaxing atmosphere.
This picnic was organized by Sunil and Lavina D’sa, Arun and Lucy D’souza, Jovin and Flavia Menezes, Melwin and Trecilla Menezes, Remy and Violet Lobo, Richard Lobo, Vinay and Sunita Nazareth, Naveen Barboza and Francis Lobo. The Pangalites are grateful for their timeless efforts to put all the Pangalites in Oman together and for giving them an opportunity to mingle with their hometown brethren.