What to see, buy, and eat in Rabat, Morocco

An alley of palm trees and a fountain in the foreground in Rabat, Morocco

What to do in Rabat It has always been my dream to travel to Morocco one day, but the closest I have ever been to it before was probably Ibiza or the Canary Islands. Over the last years, however, I have been to Rabat three times, usually for a couple of days for work. I …

Terracotta – Unique Jordanian Handmade Pottery – تيراكوتا

Introduction "Terracotta" - Latin for Baked Clay - was created to revive Arabic calligraphy in a more modernized version, making each piece of ceramic a creative object and a heaven for the lovers of this beautiful art. I had the chance to interview Ensherah, the manager of Terracotta at their workshop in Amman. This is …

An American in Jordan

Thanks much to Chelsea, a pet-loving, environmentally-friendly vegan from California who lives in Amman, writes about various topics such as health, environment, activism, and culture and of course food on her blog myammanlife.com/. See here her favorites in Amman, things she misses, and what you definitively need to know about living in Jordan as an …