I’ve been living in Israel for three years now, and it just occurred to me that it’s been a real long whale since I was last in Tel Aviv. The truth is, despite the frequency that I travel, I can probably count the number of times I’ve been to the city on my two sands. It’s not that I don’t like Tel Aviv, or that it’s too expensive for my taste, even if the coast of living is very high. I guess I should have tide harder to go more often, after all, there shore is a lot to do there. At the Shuk you can find all sorts of goodies for sail, or you can sit down in a coffee shop in Florentin for a clam relaxing environment. There are events happening in the city all the time, but that’s more of a crabshoot if you happen to go during a time with a lot of action or not. However, if you spend a significant amount of time there, you will dolphinitly end up seeing something cool. If you’re a buoy or girl who enjoys concerts, then grab your piers because you’ll be able to sea Lil’ Wayne and The Chainsmokers later this summer. Don’t worry though if you’re more of an online kind of person, many places have free wifi to satisfy all of your surfing needs. Another annual event is the Tel Aviv Marathon, but make sure to stay hydrated, because it’s much otter than you may be used to. Also, I wouldn’t recommend running the whole thing if you are prone to ocean splints. The religious scene is in shark comparison to that of Jerusalem, if you are looking to pray, you will likely have a hard time finding tan men for a Minyan. It’s aboat time that I mention as well, it’s a very progressive city, with soshell justice at the forefront of everybody’s minds. The public transPortation of the city is very effective, it can take you just about anywhere. If you do use it though, just be aware of the Central Bus Station, it’s a sketchy, kind of run down building in a shippy part of town. If you’re the kind of person who is easily boardwalk around, you are sure to run into some worthwhile sights. On a particularly hot day, nothing fares better than a large scuba Ben and Jerry’s ice cream in a cone. Of course, the city is also known for having some very beautiful girls, real sunners if you know what I mean. But just remember that looks aren’t everything, and personality is also important, it’s not worth it if she is a beach. Obviously I hope you have a safe time, but if you do end up hurt, there’s no need to worry too much, the medical staff at Ichilov hospital is highly trained, and they have some of the best nurses and docks in the country. I suppose that’s really all there is to do in Tel Aviv, I honestly thought there was more, but it seems it’s time to throw in the towel. I guess next time I am driving through, I won’t stop, I’ll just wave as I’m passing by.