summer 2017: tel-aviv - jerusalem - judaean desert - dead sea - haifa - caesaria - acre
israel is definitely a "cat" country. haven't seen so many cats anywhere yet! but it looks like people take care of the small citizens.
the coast of tel-aviv is by far the most attractive part of the city. it's seen lots of sports, yoga, picnics, family laughs, romantic dates and much more. lovely!
me being super white. always. no matter how long i stay in the sun. duh!
the city of jerusalem
one of the most spectacular deserts i've ever been to. we LOVE deserts!!! the feeling of driving through the desert roads can't be compared with anything.
view from masada, an ancient fortification facing the dead sea. must-see if you are in israel.
we forgot to bring our tripod that time which meant "oh hello awkward pics taken by kind strangers"!
this picture was taken in the holocaust museum in jerusalem. this is one of the most impressive and moving experiences i've ever had visiting a place. being half-jewish, i was curious to do some research in their online library where they keep record of all the jewish people who got killed/lost or saved during holocaust. i found the records of my dad's parents who were deported from ukrain to russia to avoid the masacre. the rest of my dad's family didn't survive.
haifa, bahai gardens. this is the center of bahai religion founded by a guy some time ago. (i would make a good and very informative tourist guide).
one of the coolest things about israel (which we don't have in barcelona) is sun setting in the sea and gifting its people with colorful sunsets and magical light every single day.