An Austrian in Jordan

After a long time, I am happy to present another guest post on my blog. This time it is Regina from Austria, a humanitarian expert, living and working in Amman. She talks about her life in Jordan, and about some great activities, the country has to offer. A big thank you from my side for …

A Japanese in Jordan

Yoko and her family on a 4x4 car back smiling somewhere in Wadi Rum surrounded by tall rocks and nearby there is a tent

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 for 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, …

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, is excellent food photographers, and try to …

A Russian in Jordan

Thanks a lot to Anastasia, a Russian Marketing Specialist, who is has been in Jordan since 2014 and loves cheese and the spacious apartments¬†in Jordan. In the 7th episode of these guest posts, you can read about what Anastasia loves about Jordan and what she rather doesn't enjoy. See also how other expats such as …

A Spaniard in Jordan

Thanks so much to Marina, a world traveler, Barcelona football supporter, and vegetarian from Catalonia who is currently living in Amman. Along with this article, she is facing various topics such as food, cultural differences, and environmental dislikes. Read about her favorites in Amman, things she misses, and what you definitively need to know about …