I had been warned: “You go to Jerusalem to pray; you go to Tel Aviv to party.” That’s what my friends told me – those who had been to Israel on business or on holidays; and even the many Israeli friends I had made throughout my travels. The general consensus among all – Israelis and foreigners
For as many times as I have been there, I have never had troubles finding what do to in Rome. The range of Rome attractions is just incredible. I don’t think many other places in the world can offer such a great mixture of historical landmarks, archaeological sites, churches, museums, antique and modern art. The
I don’t even know why I hiked the Jesus Trail. I am not religious at all. But I still loved every minute of it. I fell in love with Israel the minute I set foot there. It started with an itch to get to know Jerusalem, get a better understanding of its history, of its
There are some incredible places to visit in Tasmania. More and more people are now giving solid evidence that the hype about this Australian state is real. It really is a wonderful place. The island state has its own unique qualities and can be considered as one of the best places to visit in Australia.
One of my biggest dreams as of late is to visit California, and jump head first into all the great things to do in California. After having seen New York and explored Oregon and Colorado, it is definitely due. After all, California one of the most unique states on the US mainland. Most people who visit
Lisbon is fast-becoming one of Europe’s most popular cities, finally getting the recognition it deserves with travelers and with very good reason: there’s a wide range of things to do in Lisbon. I haven’t been there yet, though my sister has and she keeps nagging me that I should visit Lisbon. She’s told me all
There’s not one established way to make money blogging. Whenever people ask me what I do for a living, I say I have a travel blog. The following question is more precise, just in case I didn’t realize that they were actually asking about my profession: “what do you actually do for work?” That’s when
There was no way I’d go back to Jerusalem and not pay a visit to the West Bank and Hebron. After all, I worked as a human rights lawyer for 15 years, and although the focus of my research has always been the Roma minority and the protection of cultural identity, I have done quite