Bikes and Coffee

As I’ve probably mentioned in this blog a few times, I love hybrid venues. They always make me feel like there’s purpose to the place, one the exceeds the love of coffee (which is obviously a very worthy purpose!). I also feel like often times these spaces are a great place to build a community … More Bikes and Coffee

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”

Tel-Aviv’s Jaffa

Jaffa, or as Israelis pronounce it – Yafo, is where Tel-Aviv emerged from. While Tel-Aviv is a relatively new city (officially 110 years old), Jaffa has been here for thousands of years, and can be traced back to around 2000 BCE. It is an ancient port city, and though municipally associated to Tel-Aviv, it has … More Tel-Aviv’s Jaffa

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

Pilates, Yoga and Aerial yoga in Tel-Aviv

So apart from being a coffee lover, a veganism advocate and a traveler, I am also a dancer, a dance teacher and a Pilates and aerial yoga instructor. My weekly routine consists of 10-15 classes, some of which are dance (both classical ballet and contemporary) and some of which are supplementary activities, like Pilates, stretch … More Pilates, Yoga and Aerial yoga in Tel-Aviv