Category Archives: Israel
I could easily think of a thousand reasons to visit Israel, but one of the main attractions for me will always be the incredibly diverse and rich culture of food they have. From fine dining to relaxed bistros, the restaurants
Jerusalem has a very special and unique energy and identity. It’s one of the holiest cities in the world, and it could easily just be a living museum, but somehow it manages to remain a vibrant and true city. Deeply divided
Jaffa is smothered in the stifling heat of the Mediterranean sun, as it has been for thousands of years. The area is said to have been inhabited for 10 000 years, and you really can feel the rich history of the
Tel Aviv is a uniquely energetic city with verve and nerve unlike any other. There are many faces to this eclectic city, but one of the most recognisable ones is probably that of the city’s skyline lurking behind the long stretch
Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world, and you can tell. The old town, hidden within slightly dilapidated walls, takes visitors back centuries, to a different kind of time. Wandering around the narrow alleys you can sometimes feel
21.2.2011 First Impressions The immigration and customs line at the airport was ridiculously long last night and the interrogations (“who are you? what do you do? why are you here?”) were a bit intrusive, but it was all worth it.