Tagged: Tel Aviv

Photo Friday 02.10: Tel Aviv waterfront

Tel Aviv is the party capital of Israel. I spent my last two days in the old city of Jaffa, at the southern end of central Tel Aviv. The beach on the Mediterranean sea is fantastic and a great place to unwind. Don’t worry about the occasional military planes, I stopped noticing them after a couple of days. Just take some pictures, checkout the random groups playing music and stroll on the waterfront

Jaffa – my last stop in Israel

This post is part of my Israel travel series Scrolls from the Holy Land: Travel stories | Photo gallery Jaffa, western port of the Canaanite empire, 1470 BCE. Pharaoh Thutmose III sought to regain Egypt’s control over the lands as far as Syria. He presented large baskets full of ‘gifts’ to the governor of Jaffa, […]

Charms of Tel Aviv city

This post is part of my Israel travel series Scrolls from the Holy Land: Travel stories | Photo gallery “Haifa to work, Jerusalem to pray and Tel Aviv to play.” That’s what they say! I was in Tel Aviv (तेल् अवीव्) for 9 whole days! Doing what? Ah, school work, the reason for which I […]