Monthly Archives: June 2012

New lights in traditional Amman

The city of Amman is a textbook example of urban sprawl but it fails to follow the mainstream perceptions of life in an Arab country. Amman has its door open for places to go and people to meet. The population … Continue reading

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On a different planet in a different time: Camping in Wadi Rum

Fiery red sand dunes, rocky outcrops carved by the wind, a close moon, and the Milky Way. Wadi Rum desert is a place where you can escape the many disruptions of modernity and feel a deep connection with the world. … Continue reading

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