Best wether ever
with the weather being the way it is these last couple of years who can predict, but I would think for most of the time it has been fair weather in December here in Jordan, it really starts getting cold around mid January and up until April, nothing comparable to the cold you see in some parts of the sates i.e. North Dakota or Minnesota and some European countries.
Stop for tea or coffee
A key component of Jordanian culture is the drinking and sharing of tea or coffee. This makes the shops very popular and a great place to sit down and meet some locals. Jordanian Arabic coffee is strong and served in tiny cups it is often flavored with cardamom. Shake the cup to indicate that you do not want a refill. Tea is served in small glasses and is usually a very sweet tea with fresh mint.
Located on the Jabal Weibdeh, one of the seven mounts of Amman, this place is literally an oasis in the middle of the city. A couple of houses in the middle of a charming little garden shelter several art exhibitions.
Following a walk in the busy center, the quietness of this area is refreshing.
What could be better than strolling in the garden, relaxing close to the ruins of the byzantine church or enjoying some drink in the Cafe des Artistes...
Don't spread the word too much, leave this little jewel far from the crowd...
Blue fig - it is...
Blue fig - it is European-stilled club. Both European and modern local music playing. Pretty girls:))
You can also try some nargille club - traditional places serving hubly-bubbly, but no alcohol...pitty...at least they could served beer :)
Try the coctails in the Blue Fig - very tasty! Put whatever you like.
I flew to Amman (via Abu Dhabi) from Johannesburg with Ethiad Airways. It was my first time to fly with this airline, and had a good experience.
The staff is very professional and service is friendly. The in-flight entertainment and food was more than satisfactory.
I will definitely fly with them again.