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

Florentin mornings

A few months back, I told you about some of the gems in the northern neighborhoods of Tel-Aviv. Since, new places have opened, and since this time I will only be focusing on Florentin, it seems like a good time for an update. Florentin has changed quite a lot during the recent years. The once … More Florentin mornings

Cozy and cool

A couple of days ago I celebrated my 31st birthday, and decided to go to a place called Joz ve Loz.  This super cozy restaurant is located on the border of Tel-Aviv and Jaffa, it has a homey atmosphere and a very homey eclectic vintage boho decor. This place recently started running with a new pretty … More Cozy and cool

Boho flare

Well yes, I’m a bohemian at heart. I’m a dancer, which I guess makes me a part of an artistic community, and I’m always drawn to places with laid back atmosphere, places that are nice and colorful and full of plants, that manage to be cool without trying too hard to do so. And obviously … More Boho flare