Israel has been in the public eye due to recent events. Rather than give my religious/political opinion I decided to put together a Photo Diary that can speak for itself as a destination rather than news story.
BUT…You can read about my first trip to Israel here.
Tel Aviv beaches that stretch over 14 kilometers draw crowds not only for their beautiful sand and crystal water but the atmosphere you experience. Speakers blare music as groups play beach ball, also known at ‘Matkot’ and enjoy the free-spirit vibe.
Camel riding in the Negev Desert. That suspicious shadow is a foot..nothing else.
Waking up at 4am was torture until I saw this sunrise on the top of Mount Masada.
Israeli’s have a very friendly and welcoming nature. These Israeli soldiers started dancing and singing in a square near the Western Wall just before the Sabbath (Friday night).
Hummus for breakfast! That is raw onion on the middle plate to dip in the hummus.
Very rich but amazing!
Camel Markets, Tel Aviv
Yemen Cuisine in Tzfat, Northern Israel
Spending the night in a Bedouin Tent in the Negev Dessert. You don’t see stars like that any where else.
Hiking up Mount Masada for sunrise
Arab Markets in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Western Wall, Old City of Jerusalem.