Coco Bowls

After leaving Aruba I took a little detour and instead of returning back home, I flew to Warsaw (Poland). After three weeks in the Caribbeans and having either a smoothie bowl or chia pudding every single morning, I was craving my bowls. When I landed in the city and started looking for vegan options, I … More Coco Bowls

Vegan Aruba

When I had first told my friends in Israel I was going to Aruba most of them were truly surprised that such a country even exists, and obviously could not place it on a map. For Americans, and perhaps Dutch people (as Aruba is a constituent country of the kingdom of the Netherlands) this is … More Vegan Aruba

Israeli Gypsies

Israelis tend to say that Tel-Aviv is a bubble, it’s like its own country, and that Tel-Avivian never leave the city. This is true to some extend, Tel-Aviv is definitely the most vibrant city in Israel, with the greatest selection of hangout venues, but there are still reasons to leave the city. As Tel-Aviv is … More Israeli Gypsies

Ballet for boys

As a young ballet teacher, I decided I want to get some experience with different groups and ages. This year I am teaching kids from the age of 3 to 18. Interestingly enough, the only group in which I have boys, is my toddlers’ group. A couple of weeks back I was teaching, the class … More Ballet for boys

The “vineyard”

One of Tel-Aviv’s biggest and most famous markets is the “Carmel” market. The Carmel market offers food, clothes, housewares, souvenirs and more. It’s a colorful, fun place to visit while in Tel-Aviv. The Carmel market is located pretty much in the city center, in a neighborhood call Kerem Ha-Teimanim, which literally translates into “The Yemenite … More The “vineyard”