One of my most favourite things to do when I’ve gone to a different country is to look closely at the city and its inhabitants to see what cultural aspects or daily life habits are different than what I’m used to back home.
Moving to Israel has given me this opportunity, and during these past few weeks I have seen some striking differences compared to what I’m used to experiencing back home in Canada.
As I experience more of this beautiful country, I’m sure that I’ll write more blog posts about the differences between Israel and Canada. But for now, let’s start off with five. Continue reading “What’s Different? Israel vs. Canada (pt.1)”
I’m sitting by a field, watching a soccer game unfold in front of my eyes.
Sweat dripping down their faces, the players run for the ball, similar to the way a cat would chase a mouse. One after another the teams score, and the spectators cheer and clap.
But my attention is quickly drawn somewhere else: A tug at my skirt indicating that someone wants to talk to me. Continue reading “Story Time (Ep.1)”
Every morning, as I catch the bus to go up to begin my service, I am faced with the most beautiful view imaginable.
I still can’t believe that I’ve made it to Haifa, and I still find it completely unreal that I get to see this magnificent Shrine every single day.
What is my life even?
Welcome back to another episode of the blog segment Unfiltered: Unraveling Truths About Traveling. A segment where I ask bloggers, vloggers, and the like questions about traveling in order to share with you their perspectives and opinions.
For this week’s episode, let me introduce you all to the amazing:
Continue reading “Unfiltered (Ep.4) – Shannon”