Farmer’s Market Amman – Support Local Farmers & Artisans

Looking for organic local produce and other handmade, artisan items in Amman? Then look no further than the Farmers Market Amman. Every Friday from 10 am to 3 pm, head down to the market at the Al-Riyadi Club in Abdoun (map). At the market, you can find plenty of goodies to support local Jordanian businesses like: … More Farmer’s Market Amman – Support Local Farmers & Artisans

The Best Bread Bakeries in Amman

If I have to pick just one thing that Jordan does well, I pick the country’s selection of bread. I’m not just talking about the traditional Jordanian bread, but also the wide-range of not so Middle Eastern bread. From French baguettes, German Vollkornbrot, Austrian Schwarzbrot, to my personal favorite, sourdough, you can find pretty much any type of bread you’re … More The Best Bread Bakeries in Amman

Pubs, Bars & Restaurants in Amman that Serve Alcohol During Ramadan

Most people say that Amman completely shuts down during Ramadan, but that’s only if you don’t know where to go! Last year I posted an article about Restaurants, Pubs, Cafes & More Open During Ramadan and got a huge response, especially from people looking for places that serve alcohol. You can still check out that post, … More Pubs, Bars & Restaurants in Amman that Serve Alcohol During Ramadan

Artists of Amman! You Need to Check out The Weibdeh Art Rooms

Calling all artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, writers and art teachers in Amman! Have you heard of The Weibdeh Art Rooms yet? They’re a calm, private, safe haven for artists of all backgrounds who need somewhere discreet and private to work, learn and also to exhibit. The Weibdeh Art Rooms is open to both arts and … More Artists of Amman! You Need to Check out The Weibdeh Art Rooms

Towards Zero Waste Initiative Jordan – Amal’s Story

Meet Amal J. Madanat, a Jordanian social and environmental activist. This is her personal 8-year (and counting) story with how she’s helping clean-up Jordan with her “Towards Zero Waste” initiative. Zero Waste – It starts with yourself In 2010, at 50 years old, Amal retired from work and decided it was time to put into … More Towards Zero Waste Initiative Jordan – Amal’s Story

Work & Study Spots in Amman – MindHub

Looking for a coffee shop in Amman where you can work, study or have a catch-up with friends? Then you absolutely have to check-out MindHub in the Rabieh neighborhood. Why we love MindHub plenty of power outlets & USB chargers high-speed WiFi internet 100% smoke-free cozy atmosphere delicious food & drinks order by chat via Facebook messenger … More Work & Study Spots in Amman – MindHub

The Jordan Trail – Zero Waste Hiking

Jordan is a beautiful country for hikers and increasingly more people, locals and visitors alike, are adventuring their way through the Jordan Trail. Antoinette Vermilye from Switzerland is one of them. She recently went on an 8-day hike that spanned from Dana National Reserve to Wadi Rum with not only the goal of enjoying her surroundings but also … More The Jordan Trail – Zero Waste Hiking