Tel Aviv is my hometown, and even though I’m well traveled – it’s still one of my favorite cities in the whole world.
Since I always hear from colleagues and friends from abroad how great the food in Israel is (and actually, I couldn’t agree more) – I decided it’s time to share my favorite best restaurants in Tel Aviv with you.
So treat this is as a Tel Aviv food insider post – if you’re visiting right now or for your next Israel vacation. As always, I’m here for any questions! 🙂 Continue reading
The Golden Bridge at Ba Na Hills (aka the Hand Bridge) was opened just recently, and already got tons of attention on social media.
A lot of travelers (and myself included) don’t realize there is much more to Ba Na Hills than just the bridge itself – it is actually an entire theme park located on a mountain, where you can spend an entire day at.
So if you are considering visiting there, make sure to read my tips!
As always, write to me for any questions 🙂
Hoi An!! just saying these words makes me smile 🙂
I was visiting here last month, and initially thought I will spend 3 days and ended up staying for 9 (!).
I know, it’s a long time for a 3 weeks trip, but somehow I just kept extending my stay as I was having such a great time.
Based on the time spent, I wanted to share some of my recommendations – as always, questions are more than welcomed!
I just got back from a 3-week vacation in Vietnam, and even though I’m still jet lagged and recovering from the journey, I couldn’t wait to start sharing my recommendations with you!
More Vietnam posts are on the way, however, Ho Chi Minh had to be the first one as I was so impressed with the culinary scene there – very diverse and high-quality food is all around.
This one is dedicated to some great European places you just have to try – as always, I’m here for any questions 🙂
I was traveling to Barcelona end of May for a congress.
After 3 busy work days – I had the weekend to roam the streets and discover some of the brilliant places this city has to offer.
Here are the highlights of my trip – feel free to write to me for any questions!
I was in Cuba for a couple of weeks last October. While it’s a destination that I highly recommend visiting, it does require some preparation – including setting expectations and packing the right things.
Below you will find some useful tips based on my experience – feel free to comment or write me if you have questions!
I visited Munich quite a few times already, as the HQ of the company I work for is based in the area.
In my strolls around the city I got to experience the traditional Bavarian dishes, along with some other great foods.
So here are my recommendations for some good sushi, coffee, waffles, and one Wiener schnitzel, hopefully you can find something here for your next visit 🙂
Hi All! I’m Adi, welcome to my blog!
First, allow me a quick introduction –
I’m 32 years old, living in Tel Aviv and working as a marketing manger for a medical company.
As my job involves travelling, I get to visit great places and explore their local culinary scene. Combining that with my passion for writing, I’m really not sure how I’m starting this blog only now, but I guess it’s better late than never, right? 🙂
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