Tag Archives: nightlife

Gamla stan #2

                          Gamla stan is a maze of nooks and crannies. Just as well it’s so small that it’s difficult to get too lost in. By the looks of … Continue reading

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Rainshower droplets

                          Gamla stan is reportedly the oldest part of Stockholm. It’s situated on one of the islands that make up the city. The image above was taken after a … Continue reading

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Artwork of Mahane Yehuda Market

I’ve posted about the Mahane Yehuda Market here, and a bit of research indicates that a project ‘Tabula Rasa’ (Blank Slate) was begin in 2011, and all the artwork on show is the brainchild of street artise Itamar Paloge who co-opted … Continue reading

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Jerusalem at night

Our memory of Jerusalem (while not complete by any means) was that there are three distinct experiences to be had – the Old City (of course) and the nearby newer, trendy area Mamila precinct, or the urban area away from both … Continue reading

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Mahane Yehuda Market

Mahane Yehuda Market is one of those places that if you stand in one place long enough, you’ll see the town pass by. At least, while you’re standing there, I’m pretty certain you won’t go hungry or thirsty. Fruit, nuts, … Continue reading

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Local living

I think it’s safe to say that we’re addicted to travel. The only issue with this addiction is that it’s pretty pricey, so often the main aim is to minimise the costs while still getting an experience that isn’t limited. … Continue reading

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Tel Aviv

Not much happened today – apart from lazing at the pool and taking a long slow walk along Tel Aviv’s beachfront. It’s an amazing place, and being Saturday, it’s really Sunday, and a time for families, friends and all other … Continue reading

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