Explore Nachlat Binyamin Street: Top 5 Things to do in the arts & crafts market

Nachlat Binyamin is one of the most colorful and trendiest streets in Tel-Aviv. Located right in the center, opposite the famous Carmel market, it is THE place hang out at on Tuesdays and Fridays. Inspirational graffiti art covers the colorful buildings’ walls, renovated ancient houses and crumbling old buildings are part of the street’s magic….

Mai Chau Hoa Ban Homestay Vietnam

As a solo traveler, a woman traveler, finding a place to stay when traveling probably requires more research than anything else in your itinerary. It is the place where you wish to feel safe and at home when away from home. Hoa Ban homestay in Ban Lac village, Mai Chau was and is a safe…

Jaffa Flea Market: Friday Morning Fun

Friday morning in Israel is the busiest time of the week; the markets are full of people doing their shopping for the weekend (from Friday afternoon to Saturday evening everything is closed), but at Jaffa’s flea market and surrounding you can let your soul rest and let Shuk Hapishpeshim work its magic on you. In…

Marina Maximilian Blumin and the Piano

You know, Facebook is probably one of the best inventions of this century. Without it, I wouldn’t have found out that Marina Maximilian Blumin is back with a new and intimate piano concert in a theater close to my house! Walking out to the stage in a new and pink hairdo, wearing a sexy black…

These Trips Have to be on your Bucket List

2017 was the year I started backpacking around the globe in two amazing solo trips: Argentina and South East Asia. Two very different destinations, one huge backpack and one brave and excited solo traveler, me, that dreamed of conquering the world and doing the impossible-possible. Within 1 year I traveled twice, starting at a month…

Angkor Wat 1 Day Trip: The Best of Siem Reap

Initially I planned to explore the temples in Siem Reap for 3 days and get the week pass. I did my research online and mostly encountered posts about how one day is not enough for the temples, the difference between the small and big circuit and how hot and humid it gets in Cambodia during…

How to spend a month in Palawan, Philippines

It’s actually very easy and dreamy. Happy. When i think about the Philippines that is what i feel, pure joy, perfection, content and mesmerized. The blue water, so clear, so blue and calm, the untouched beaches, mangroves, white sand and blue sky has been a dream come true. Oh, and the people, the warmest, kindest…

Day-trip to Kompong Phluk Floating Village in Cambodia

Nothing really prepares you to the reality of a floating village. When you here about it, it all sounds exotic and fascinating, another trip every tourist should put Check next to when visiting Asia. But, the reality is everything but exotic. It’s heartbreaking and inspiring. I booked a day-trip to the floating market through my…

The Best Floating Market in Vietnam

It is 4.30am, darkness outside, but the entire hostel in Can Tho is on its feet. At 5am each of us leaves for a tour in the best floating market in Vietnam, Cai Rang. Some of us went to sleep late, some of us early and still 5am is not an hour easy to start…

Discover Siem Reap in a week

Buddha, smiling, serene or sleeping, he will bless you with his kind eyes from any corner in Siem Reap and Cambodia. In Siem Reap you will be fortunate to learn about the magic of Buddha from the paintings on the wall of every temple, his life unfolds before your eyes in colorful depictions, detailed outlines…

Green and magical Da Lat of Vietnam

Tall and bright green, beautiful pine trees are the first thing i noticed as i was waking up on the sleeper bus from Hoi An to dreamy Da Lat. Their beauty will accompany you on your Da Lat adventure, making you feel you have arrived to an enchanted forest. Getting off the bus in the…

The best of Tam Coc Vietnam

3 hours South to Hanoi, Tam Coc is definitely one of my favorites places and views in Vietnam. I spent 2 nights in a great homestay by the river. Getting there at 12pm, checked in, rented a bicycle and headed to explore the beautiful and greenish surroundings. The first place i stopped at was the…