I lived in Amman for two years and a half and have since visited it several times, so it was nice to be back once again for the Arab Bloggers Meeting. I spent my first day with a close and art loving friend in the part I missed most, Jebel Amman. Our first stop was at Sufra Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in Jebel Amman, which offered a wide variety of jordanian appetizers and main courses accompanied with freshly baked bread just out of the 'tanour'.
|Traditional tea with miramieh (Sage leaves)|
|A side street of Rainbow street|
|A lovely orange tree at the entrance of Nabad|
|Artworks by Architect and Designer Jamal Joucka|
|An illuminating artwork by Jamal Joucka|
|A beautifully crafted piece by Artist Abeer Seikaly|
|Metal artwork by Iraqi artist Himat Mohammed Ali|
We stopped to enjoy the view from one of the roof tops before entering Wild Jordan. The beautiful structure was built by architect Ammar Kammash.
|Most of the material present in the building is eco-friendly and recycled|
|A graffiti on the staircase leading to the Soap House|
|A beautiful display of the range of products|
|A colorful and aromatic range of soaps|
|Hand made baskets and artifacts|
|Hand made bed sheets with traditional and contemporary designs|
|Bani Hamida hand made rugs|
|Hand embroidered cushions reflecting the heritage|
|Um Kalthoum themed cushions|
|The East and West Bank (Palestine)|
I hope you enjoyed the walk by reading this post and hope you get to visit Amman, if you haven't already and experience it yourself too.