Tel Aviv. One of my favorite cities in the world (not just because my best friend happens to live there). It is a city I have been to three times […]
March 7, 2010 I boarded a flight to London. It wasn’t a city I loved, but it was where I was going to start my career break. Five years later, [ ...
A loud bang permeates the air, reverberating through the empty spaces in the crowded desert city. We jump, but not too much. A few hours earlier, our ...
When it comes to hostels, I tend to think bigger isn’t better. Why? Well, in my experience, the more people crammed into hostels, the more chanc ...
We see it before we even “arrive” to Bethlehem, a massive, concrete wall spanning as far as the eye can see, rolling up and down hills and into the horizon. [...]
I tentatively press my foot on the gas in the black Mazda. Oh so tentatively. “Oh my god,” I saw to Giselle and Cody, who somehow have agreed to be [...]
I’ve been to Israel three times now — twice in the span of one year. Other than getting asked if it is safe to travel there (yes, it is and [...]
We sit, tucked into a little patio just east of Ben Yehuda Street, and down the road from Gordon InnÂ in Tel Aviv, where I am staying for the night. Across [...]
“This time Israel will beÂ different.” I tell everyone who will listen to me, not really for them, but to remind myself how much I have changed. “This time, I’m going [...]
“Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes/Five hundred twenty-five thousand moments so dear/ Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes/How do you measure, measure a year?” — RENT, Jonathan Larson [ ...
Gilad Uziely, the founder of Mekomy, picks me up on his motorbike, producing a cushiony helmet for me to wear as we zip along the Mediterranean and head towards Old [...]
Since I’ve lived in Thailand, I haven’t traveled much for pleasure. Yes, I’ve experienced Sri LankaÂ and safaris, Myanmar and the deep jungle and Cambodia and an elephant rescue for work, [...]
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