I’m a traveler at heart, I have to go, explore, get lost, take the wrong roads, I need to get my hands dirty of this beautiful world. I need to feel the travel on my skin.
This summer I went to Israel and Jordan, two countries that in two completely different ways seized me.
Israel, land of contrasts, peace and conflicts, joy and fear and Jordan land of the most stunning landscapes I’ve ever seen, deserts, canyons, ancient history and the most delicious falafels.
When you get back home, you get back to your daily routine and these moments quickly become memories, that’s way I’m obsessed with photos, I don’t want to forget, I want to re-live what I consider important moments of my life, what I ate, the people I shared my trip with, the short encounters that changed my life, even in a little tiny way.
To travel is to live, to change, to grow, to become your real self, naked, raw.
Best hummus on heart: Abu Hassen
Little juice bar that offers naturally flavored water with herbs and fruits, a must try: Cafe Lewinsky
Citizen garden, cute hotspots with delicious salads
Sabich (Tchernikhovski St 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israele) for the best sabich, a sandwich filled with fried aubergine, eggs and many vegetables. Street food for the winner.
Mix of camera and iPhone photos
Tel Aviv, Israel
Wadi Rum desert