Ex-pat living can be different than people think, and the author is an Italian who has lived in Israel, tips on how to enjoy your ex-pat experience.
Jerusalem is known as the city for praying, unlike hipper and more sophisticated Tel Aviv. But the author finds great fun and food in the markets here.
Acre, Israel, part of the country with 1000s of years of history and a conservative population, that’s quite a contrast to modern Tel Aviv. Visiting Acre.
Tel Aviv is the New York City of Israel…and is a burgeoning high tech capital, with many start-ups and brilliant minds living in this seaside city.
Paul Michelson writes about his experience drinking tea on the West Bank. At first he tries to avoid running into Sami the tea guy, but later embraces him.
Israel’s rich history and culture make for an incredible experience for this visit to the Holy Land, the Dead Sea, Tel Aviv and the Judean desert.
Nicole Sobel writes about a life-changing experience volunteering in two Ethipian-Israeli communities in Israel with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and Hillel.
Sabina Lohr takes a tour of the Golan Heights and visits Israel’s borders with Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
Jon Brandt visits Israel with Taglit-Birthright, visiting Jaffa, Caesarea, Masada, and, of course, Jerusalem, a holy site for Jews, Christians and Moslems.
GoNOMAD Senior Travel Editor Kent E. St. John visits Jerusalem and shares travel tips about the sites in this historic city in the Mideast.