Learning Arabic in Jordan

Learning Arabic is definitely not easy, as any language actually. A lot of people will do come for that reason to the MENA region. If you came to Jordan for a job or studying something other than the language, you still might wanna learn some Arabic so it is easier to communicate and manage everyday …

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Where to go with Kids in Amman and around – the ultimate guide

Newest Update 30 June 2019 This is the ultimate guide to what to do with children in Amman and around. It will be updated as we go! I combined all articles and new discoveries in this post. The newest addition to this post is Galina Art Class and Amman Martys Park. Everything is sorted in alphabetical …

A Japanese in Jordan

Yoko is originally from Japan and currently living in Amman since summer 2018 with her Egyptian-American husband and two children. Here in Jordan, she is pursuing her passion in writing, music, nature education, and interacting with children, while focusing on her family. She recently founded a blog site Your Parentology covering parenting, wellness, news, travel, …

Wadi Rum

If you have read Petra – with Grandma and Kids, then you might wanna know how we continued our trip to Wadi Rum. Coming from Petra Friday afternoon we took a nice scenic route through some small villages and the King's Highway until reaching Wadi Rum. From the Police Checkpoint, depending if you stay in …

Basket.jo – an App for Grocery Delivery in Jordan

Update August 2019 - From now on Centro Supermarket is included in the Basket App. Further checking out some apps mentioned in my article about The most useful apps in Jordan, I wanted to cover Basket.jo - an App that delivers your grocery shopping to your doorstep - and that at in-store-prices. I tried out Basket.jo …

An Irish in Jordan

The timing couldn't be more perfect than having a contribution from Ireland for today's Saint Patrick's Day. Read about Michael from Ireland, a food loving humanitarian, blogger, photographer, and part time chicken farmer who manages and contributes to the blog thecuisinecollective.com with his Polish girlfriend. The two love healthy food, are excellent food photographers and …

A Brit in Jordan

Say hello to Rachel, a Mother of a boy, married to a Jordanian, expecting her 2nd child. She has been living in Jordan for about 3 years and talks about the things she likes and doesn't like so much about being in Jordan. Rachel recently started her own YouTube channel in addition to her blog talking …