In the main street of Aqaba, the stalls are full of all kinds of noise, people and passersby. Since we had reporting materials (photos, videos), we generated quite a lot of attention on the premises. We became buddies with a few guys who ran a souvenirs kiosk. We asked where to eat a good Kebab and they didn't hesitate to tell us. "Our neighbors". So right there we sat. The food was really delicious. They first gave us some rather delicious Jordanians appetizers and finally a spectacular kebab. It came out to just over 3 euros. A strongly recommended site. Too bad there aren't any street names and that the names of traditional commerce, obviously, are in Arabic.