Tag Archives: International

Ella Valley – Israel

For those who love history, this posting may be one of interest who like to explore famous for subtle locations in various countries. I had the opportunity to take a drive and explore the Ella Valley. Why is this so … Continue reading

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Becoming a Digital Nomad: A Brief Guide To Finding Success on the Road

Toda, Jesse Clark returns based on popular demand as a guest author to help people explore being a potential digital nomad.  For as long as there has been humankind, there have been nomads. While the basis of the nomadic lifestyle … Continue reading

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The Negev

The Negev is wonderful place to take a break from the daily hustle and bustle and explore a new world that is heavily populated with Bedouin villages. It is sometimes surprising to see wild camels that are in the desert … Continue reading

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Fourth Jab – Go or No Go?

Some people (may) be wondering what I am referring to. I am referring to the question that many may be asking themselves rights now – do you get a second booster or a 4th vaccine shot…or not? Why Another Booster … Continue reading

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Experiencing a Terror Attack in Tel Aviv

Let me start and state up front that I was not injured and was safe. However, 30+ years of travel around the world, visiting 63+ countries and living/working in Israel for a few years in the past, I was never … Continue reading

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COVID Travel Testing Restrictions

I have to admit, the departure, arrival and quarantine restrictions are complex and confusing. Let me share my experience and process I followed to leave the United States to go to Israel and then return. Step, by step, I will … Continue reading

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Running in Tel Aviv

Now that pandemic crisis is reduced and the beach facing infrastructure improvements, Tel Aviv is a great place for running in the early morning or later at night. Compared to 5 years ago, the running and biking paths, both North … Continue reading

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International Flight Reviews – Delta, KLM and Air France

Today was the first day and first time of travelling internationally and flying again since most of the world has been restricted and limited from crossing borders for 2+ years. Delta Let’s start with Delta. Many people have been travelling … Continue reading

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Travelling Internationally During COVID

It has been more than 2 years, but when the opportunity to travel internationally for the first time since the lockdowns started, it was interesting and…challenging to determine all the requirements and steps to ensure you can check all the … Continue reading

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Great Tips for Cash-Strapped Travelers with Big Dreams

This week, Jesse Clark returns based on popular demand as a guest author. Based on some analysis and discussion on my previous posting on when to plan travel due to COVID, it is starting to look like the Omicron wave … Continue reading

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