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They’re renovating our Tel Aviv building just as soon as we get the 10 Jews who live here to agree on everything!

(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

By Mark Levy

Last Updated 7/18/2018 at 1:50 PM

Tel Aviv: OMG this Tama-38 thing is incredible! So this is how it works: A contractor moves all the people in your building into a different apartment for a year or two, knocks down the building, and rebuilds it! 297 more words

Tel Aviv

Review: Salimi

May 17, 2018

Yemeni food? Sure, why not?

Searching online for lunch after a long stroll from the Carmel Market to Neve Tzedek, I found a Yemeni restaurant in the nearby Florentin neighbourhood, one of the oldest parts of Tel Aviv. 689 more words



Meanwhile, I made the trip to Akko despite my Tel Aviv host’s discouragement  “It’s a dirty Arab town and not really worth the time and effort to get there” he claimed. 537 more words



The Holy Land. Home of God’s chosen people and Krav Maga.  We went to Israel as tourists and not pilgrims.  We had an enriching four full days (April 2018) in this fascinating ‘young’ country,  learning stories about the country’s current struggles, who the people are they are, their “enemies” are, the dichotomy of monotheism and peace. 1,574 more words


Sarona Market [Tel Aviv] - A culinary oasis

Described as being the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art, Sarona Market opened in 2015 and now houses a total of 91 shops, stalls, and restaurants. It is considered as Israel’s largest and most unique indoor culinary complex. 401 more words

Travel Adventures

Review: Jasmino

May 16, 2018

When I think back on my time in Jerusalem, what immediately surface in my mind are the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, and lots and lots of pitas. 391 more words


A Priest, an Imam, and a Rabbi Walk into a Bar…

Our recent trip to Istanbul and Israel was amazing and life-changing. This post will focus on just a few of the many highlights, but before diving in, we should first cover why we chose to visit these places. 1,951 more words