[Through the Lens] The Cats of Israel

I don’t think I’ve ever been in a country with so many cats. Everywhere you go, you’ll find one or two (or thirty) cats, each with their own attitude and some with attitudes comparable to that of a sassy teenager. But I have to say, it adds to the charm of Israel.

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This is Israel (Ep. 9 – August 2018)

This is Israel is back after a few months of hiatus!  For those who might not be familiar with this blog segment, it is a space where I share with you what I have experienced during my past month in Israel. In addition to my normal travel blogs, I want to use this space to give you…

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[Zichron Yaakov] A quaint and tranquil town

Zichron Yaakov is the perfect destination to visit if you’re looking to get away from the craziness of city life and become immersed in tranquility.

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[Through the Lens] A Glimpse of Haifa

Haifa is the third largest city in Israel. It is home to the Baha’i World Centre and has so many aspects to it that make it stunning. Here are some of them through a series of photos.

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Sarona Market [Tel Aviv] – A culinary oasis

Sarona Market is the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art and is considered Israel’s largest and most unique indoor culinary complex. Have you ever been?

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Old Jaffa [Tel Aviv]

The ancient port city of Tel Aviv is one filled with wonders, houses exciting finds, and carries a unique atmosphere. A big contrast to the towering new buildings of Tel Aviv, the old, narrow streets and courtyards of Old Jaffa give you a glimpse of what it must have been like to live in this…

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What’s Haifa (Israel) weather like?

Whenever I go traveling, I always try to go during a time of year when the weather is supposed to be good (i.e., warm enough that I don’t need to wear a gazillion layers and cold enough that I’m not sweating and burning to death). Seeing as I’m living in Haifa, I thought it may…

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Munchies Guide to Israel: Shakshuka

Shakshuka (شَكْشُوكَةٌ) is a staple of Arab and Israeli cuisines and can be found at most coffee shops and restaurants around the country.The dish is not native to Israel, as it was brought here by the Jewish immigrants from North Africa but, in part, due to the Tunisian, Algerian, and Moroccan Jewish communities here, it…

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