I don’t normally publish blog posts while in transit, but when I do, it’s on a train using free wifi.
I’ve discovered something I’ve suspected for some time now… Free WiFi is a basic human right, and forms the foundation of Maslow’s Hierachy of Needs. Or at least, that’s how it’s viewed in Tel Aviv. And on the train.
And that’s where you find me. On the train on the way to Jerusalem. Turns out it’s faster than a car, and far, FAR cheaper. Seems good to us. The WiFi thing is a bonus.
As you may recall from a previous post, we travelled there with Haim, our guide. Now we’re going back to explore on our own, and hopefully get to the Dead Sea and Masada.
But, more on that later. For now, it’s an image from last night.
- Aperture: ƒ/10 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Focal length: 24mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 5s