The Luxury of Being Solo

I am 31, solo, but not lonely. I woke up today to a sunny and warm day. I opened my eyes and day with reading a piece on Facebook about sex traffic in Romania. It’s the default option for all women and girls at the tender age of 14. 4 hours away from Israel, from…

Explore Tel-Aviv

What’s the best thing to do solo? It’s not eating, dancing or running, but exploring the city and country you live in. No need to spend a fortune, learn a new language, leave your friends and family, find a home sitter or worry how you are going to pay for rent and live without a…

Buenos Aires adventure

Despite what everyone says, Buenos Aires is not that scary or dangerous. IF you are cautious and don’t walk around with your head in the clouds. I spent 8 days in BA at the end of my trip and had a blast. This is a great city for a solo traveler. If you are a…

Argentina-an art gallery under the bluest sky-Free entry!

When I booked my trip to Argentina everyone talked about the amazing landscape and nature. I have seen many pics of the the mountains and landscape in Patagonia, lakes in Bariloche and desert views of the North and indeed they all looked like they were painted by a famous painter, perfect to be exhibited in…

Iguazu Falls-A force of nature

So one of the places my best friend kept pushing me to visit is Iguazu falls and until i actually visited and stood face to face with it, i couldn’t understand her constant nagging me. I have seen waterfalls before and so have you, but and there is a big BUT, you haven’t seen this…

Jujuy-A journey of colors and history

Many of the backpackers i have met knew very little about this province and it is a shame since it is one of the unique and stunning places i have visited in Argentina. Located up North, it is the land of colorful hills, geometric shaped cut outs in the landscape, huge cactuses that reach the…

San Telmo-the place to live in Buenos Aires

Colors, art, architecture and best food around-San Telmo is the neighbourhood to stay in Buenos Aires. I love art, especially street art and street markets. Walking around made me feel i am walking in a musuem under the blue sky. Every building is different from an architecture point of view; balconies, green plantation, plain or…

The best thing about travelling solo

I have been travelling solo for a month. I have been to many places and i have seen mountains, rivers, glaciers, lakes, flowers and beautiful skies. I have climbed mountains and seen world heritage sites that blew my mind away and left me in awe. But, the best thing was all the people i met;…

Refugio Frey-escape the world into a fairy land

I don’t know how you plan your trips, but i love exploring tripadvisor. The attraction that topped the reviews in Bariloche is refugio Frey. Don’t ve mistaken it is not attraction you visit for an hour, but a hard core trek of 8 hours. I took bus 55 from the city center to the Cathedral…

17.5k”m Bariloche- a piece of wonderful

If you do only one thing in Bariloche, this should be it. At the top of Cerro Companeiro, after 30 minutes of going up through an enchanted forest, you reach this piece of wonderful. 30 minutes by bus from the center and on the top of the mountain i have discovered this piece of spectacular…

Pucon-dance on a volcano

Imagine having a volcano following you. In Pucon, Chile, it will. I didn’t plan to travel to Pucon, but that what happens when you travel alone, looking for things to amaze you. I took a seven hour bus ride from Bariloche with Andesmar and after crossing the border arrived to this picturesque holiday town. My…

Turquoise laguna de los tres

If you travel to South America, Patagonia should top your bucket list alongside Fitz Roy and Laguna de los tres. I have been i El ┬áChalten for 4 nights and 5 full days and the Laguna de los tres trek was the hardest and most special. I booked a transfer to El Pilar point, a…