How are people feeling about travel in a post-COVID world? The coronavirus pandemic wasn’t like other great worldwide tragedies. The deadly problem quietly made its way around the world, devastating individuals, families, business and countries as it grew into a global health crisis.and as the reality of the situation moved from just another news story, […]
Countries around the world are in a state of lockdown to help limit the spread of SARS-CoV-19. However, as the number of new daily confirmed cases begins to decrease, governments must decide how to release their populations from quarantine as efficiently as possible without overwhelming their health services. The Susceptible-Exposure-Infection-Recovery (SEIR) model framework for a […]
Travelling to a foreign country is not that easy; one of the things that I have been asked repeatedly by hosts is “Did you have dinner?”. Usually, I make my own food but sometimes hosts are being so nice and invite you for dinner. I decided that I’ll do something else; every time I reached a host I tried my best to make some dinner. Most of the time I made some Shakshuka, but there are other options that could fit just right in as an Israeli meal. Here are some of the most popular options for Israeli Travellers food.
When Israeli backpackers travel around the world, they sometimes need some financial help and get jobs. These Israelis have working holiday visas, and they prepared just for this moment. Moreover, some governments offer visa extensions for people that take jobs in hospitality and farming located in rural places. Here are some examples of Israeli backpacker […]
1.7% of the Israeli population consists of Ethiopian Jews, also known as Beta Israel members. They lived quite separately from other Jewish communities and have different customs, and they pray differently. Some of the Sfaradic Rabis even called them the decedents of the Dan tribe, but they are definitely an active part of the Jewish culture, community, and way of life. Here’s some great information about the Ethiopian Jews of Israel.
The thirty-third day of the Omer count is Lag BaOmer, which is a traditional celebration feast for Israel. What do Israelis do in Lag BaOmer? What are their customs? Let’s deep into one of the most unknown holidays in Judaism.
We write a lot about hosting Israeli travelers, but how should we do it and why should we do it? We decided to go through literature, history, and several other places on the web and find hosting travelers quotes that might fit you the best. We thought we might just bring it over with a little explanation that you might add, so you could even put it on a sticker. Who knows? We might even get you a sticker of hosting Israeli travelers with a quote like that.
Are you interested in hosting travelers in your home? Well, there are plenty of options in the market that allow you to do that. We checked those apps and websites where you could sign up and start hosting in a very short time. Let’s write a little bit about them.
They say the sun is good for your health. Fortunately, one of the best things in Israel are the beaches. If you ever go to Israel, you would encounter a variety of beaches; some of them are very crowded, and some of them are nice and quiet. Here are the top 10 beaches in Israel from a local that used to surf and still dives.
We meet Israeli travelers anywhere. Sometimes we don’t really understand why are they doing what they’re doing and why. Well, you’ll understand some of them by just reading this. Here are funny Israeli travelers customs that would make us appreciate their presence in our home.