A US based company is launching market-based transportation infrastructure that supports electric vehicles. The statement alone is uninteresting except Israel is such a tiny country that is just actually might work. Within a decade the country is likely to have an all-electric car infrastructure achieving oil independence. The concept … [Read more...] about Israel's Quest for a 'Better Place'
This post brought to you by Microsoft . All opinions are 100% mine. A few months ago I was given the task to plan a travel itinerary for Jerusalem using Microsoft OneNote software to create a TripBook. I had just returned from a trip throughout Israel for a … [Read more...] about Making Plans for Jerusalem
At first I was going to focus this post on interesting advertising I found in Israel. Instead, i'm including murals and even dubbed TV because I know you will just die after seeing this completely out of place Lil' Wayne mural. I saw this beauty while riding my bike along Tel Aviv's waterfront. After passing by it every day I found myself looking forward to the quick laugh. Its … [Read more...] about Everyday "Photos" Found In Israel
Between the border of Israel and Syria lies the Golan Heights. Vrooooom...was the sound all 40 plus of us imagined in our heads while waiting in the jeeps about to start our "offroad tour" of the Golan Heights. I should mention for reference that the Golan Heights is an area in the north which came under Israeli control as a result of … [Read more...] about Golan Heights Off-Road
I am going to Israel on a free nearly all expenses paid trip in a few months. I submitted an application on a whim after seeing a Facebook friend announce that registration was open for Birthright Israel trips. I first visited Israel with my family when I was in elementary school for a two weeks of sightseeing. I don't remember much except for eating at a kosher McDonalds, … [Read more...] about Israel In the Travel Plans