Quick Trip to As-Salt!

Friday, 16 November 2018 by
Break your Friday routine! Fill your tanks with gas (half a tank would do), and head to As-Salt Municipality, a 25-min drive from the capital Amman. You can have lunch in Beit Aziz , the first boutique hotel in As-Salt, offering Arabic food. We went for ordering Mezza’s and 2 plates of Sajiyyeh (chicken and meat)

Hiking and Lunching in Ajloun!

Saturday, 01 September 2018 by
With the help of USAID and Bidaya Agency, a trip was planned to Ajloun for the local food bloggers of Amman, namely Yasmin Bani Hani (@foodiejo), Sally Saeed (@dinewithsally) and myself with the purpose of hiking (a small easy hike I promise!) and trying out the authentic Ajlouni cuisine at a local family’s house. Ajloun

A Quick Escape to Mah-Dah-Bah

Saturday, 01 April 2017 by
Hola Spring! Have you noticed the greenery across Jordan yet? It’s beautiful! We decided to hit the road and head to Madaba for a change. With only 30km away from Amman, Madaba is well known for being the “City of Mosaics”, especially mosaics from the Byzantine and Umayyad periods featuring a large Byzantine-era mosaic map of the Holy

Vlogger And Blogger in Action!

Saturday, 22 October 2016 by
  Hey Guys! I did this amazing collaboration with one of Amman’s best vloggers, Hind Najjar, starting from Jabal El Weibdeh and ending in Downtown. As a warm up, we had a cup of tea at Rumi in Jabal El Weibdeh, then feasted at Fairouz’s Patisserie. Hind had a mouthwatering Chocolate Mousse and I had
Foodies! Get ready to be exposed to the most amusing activity in Amman: Downtown! I know I’ve written about it before, but this time it’s a whole different adventure; my dear friend The Spotist, the lovely Grabbd Team and myself got together for a one of a kind dining experience. You must be wondering what is Grabbd and what
If you haven’t been to the Boulevard in Abdali during the month of Ramadan, you better hurry as it’s almost over! I went there on Thursday night; crowded as you might have expected, but for this time it’s the positive connotation of crowded. I’m pretty sure everyone who visited the Boulevard during Ramadan left with
On May 25, Jordan celebrates its independence, thus making it an official holiday. This year, May 25 hit two birds in one stone: Jordan was celebrating its 70th Independence Day AND Al-Balad Theatre was celebrating the end of their Street Art Project that had been taking place for five days. Before I talk about Baladk, let

London, United Kingdom: Camden Town

Saturday, 14 May 2016 by
The moment you step out of the tube station, you’re going to feel the Camden rush kicking in. Whether you’re a rocker, a cool kid, a metal head, a hippy, or a vintage queen, you’ll find something to delight you in this fun part of North London. Camden Town is well known for its markets,
Whenever you’re in London, you MUST block half a day of your schedule to visit the East, and by East I mean Shoreditch. In the span of 10 years or so, Shoreditch has moved on from being a particularly cheap real estate area, which attracted numerous poor artists, to becoming the center of the art

Amman, Jordan: Downtown Getaway

Tuesday, 26 April 2016 by
Whether you’re visiting Amman for the first time or you’re bored of going to the same places, I know as a fact Downtown Amman (known as Al Balad) is the best escape! Al Balad is the oldest section of the capital, Amman, and is made up of markets selling products ranging from fabrics, antiques, and accessories
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