PUTTING IT IN MY FACE.

The very best friends are the ones who won't stop until you come to hang out with them in Tel Aviv and then when you're finally there, a car ride, train ride, and bus ride later, present you with the very best stuffing-my-face-now-nom-nom-nom... Red Velvet. For months, I've been hearing about it and salivating over the pics... Continue Reading →

Life lessons in Tel Aviv.

I was in Tel Aviv today for the Bird Brain Unconference. The event was great, thanks for asking, but then three things happened that left me feeling like I learned about more than just Vardi awesomeness and actual birds. 1. Cabbie culture. I don't take cabs often because I hate the experience of feeling waited... Continue Reading →

My own Israeli Australia.

Just left the Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv. If you happen to be an Australian married to an American and you have children together, then I don’t have to tell you how much more of a pleasant experience it is to acquire Aussie citizenship and passport for your tri-citizen child. The embassy is located at... Continue Reading →

And now, a little bit about Gsus…

Since I'm already on the topic of religion and conversion, and since Israel is a ridiculous place even without all that, here is an image courtesy of Tel Aviv's Ibn Givrol that you can feel free to nail into your head... Does the crown of thorns come in extra small? Gsus Sindustries. Based in Amsterdam.... Continue Reading →

City feature: Namal Tel Aviv

The area of the Tel Aviv port - נמל תל אביב - (right before Beach Mezizim) is one of those situations where ugly warehouses went for cheap rent, so trendy designers and cafes opened shop and now all the trendy wendys go out there a beautiful day to shop, eat, chat, ponder life, and whatever... Continue Reading →

It’s flag season in Tel Aviv.

Spent the afternoon walking around Tel Aviv. It was the first time I noticed that the flags are out for flag season, or Yom Haatzmaut, which is going down next Wednesday evening-Thursday. It's Israel's 60th anniversary this time, so it's actually more than just personal flags - storefronts, advertisements and highways are more decorated than... Continue Reading →

Karaoke: The good, the bad, the Jerusalem.

Spread the word: I am in the market for good karaoke as opposed to Jerusalem karaoke. A friend wanted - uncharacteristically - to get her sing on, so we all ventured out to Capricorn, which is apparently Jerusalem's only karaoke bar. Actually, it's more like a portable karaoke machine + arse DJ + bitchy waitress... Continue Reading →

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