Category: Mid East

Returning to My Roots: A Spiritually-Delicious Trip to Israel

Returning to My Roots: A Spiritually-Delicious Trip to Israel

[ 0 ] February 25, 2014 |

Dust kicked and twisted outside the bus window. The wind chased the rust-colored specks, creating swirls of dust on the ground. Enormous mounds of dirt covered the flat land mirroring the camel’s hump I would later ride. Sporadic palm trees littered the brown atmosphere, providing hints of green to an otherwise-barren land. It looked like […]

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Worldwide Tipping Guide: Tips for Tipping Around the World

Worldwide Tipping Guide: Tips for Tipping Around the World

[ 0 ] January 8, 2014 |

For those of you who love to travel but can’t quite figure out if tipping is customary in the city you’re visiting, you’ll definitely appreciate our quick tipping guide. With the help of my fellow Sages, here are some tipping pointers that will make your trip less stressful and confusing. Australia:  Casual dining – Tipping is […]

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A Saturday Stroll Through Neve Tzedek Includes a Love Story

A Saturday Stroll Through Neve Tzedek Includes a Love Story

December 19, 2013 |

You know that feeling when you think you know a place? Once you recognize that feeling, you’re ecstatic about learning new secrets, venturing through more side streets and viewing new surroundings each time you go back. Tel Aviv has many spots that I visit regularly, but I especially love coming back to Neve Tzedek. The […]

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Walk Your Way Through History

Walk Your Way Through History

[ 0 ] December 3, 2013 |

Looking for the best way to experience a major city in Europe, Middle East and/or the USA? How about taking a walk through history? Sandemans New Europe offers FREE walking tours in 18 different cities. You will spend 1-3 hours walking through one of these cities with enthusiastic guides, passionate about the city they’re representing. […]

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