Thursday, March 22, 2007

Land of Milk and Honey

Juice Stand, Tel Aviv, originally uploaded by Ayala Moriel.

I am traveling again, hence the pathetic lack of posts since last Friday. I spent the last week packing, flying, and than catching up on two nights of sleep missed after I flew to Tel Aviv via Frankfurt, and spent a European spring day there (mostly in the Palmen Garten). I will report later, as the internet connection I am getting is interrupted (hopefully be fixed by Sunday), and I am also heading to Clil, the little wire-less village I grew up in to celebrate my long awaited birthday for the first time in my homeland in 9 years! There is no way I will even attempt to use dial up connection. But I will have plenty of time to write up some interesting posts that I've been planning to publish here. So stay tuned to more photos and olfactory stories...

Photo: juice stand in Sheinkin street, Tel Aviv. The signs (from right to left) say:
Carrot + Ginger
Research: Pomegranate saves from cancer

I had a delicious banana, peach and melon juice, while Tamya was sipping away her pineapple, banana and strawberry juice. We than headed to the beach, were we are planning to spend the best time of this spring soaking up on vitamin D and producing more serotonin than ever...

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At March 23, 2007 5:23 AM, Blogger helg said...

Happy happy birthday dear on this special day!! May you enjoy yourself with your loved ones in that beautiful place and have lots of creativity for the upcoming year!

At March 28, 2007 4:33 PM, Blogger helg said...

Hi there! You're having a good time, I can tell!

I tried to leave a comment on the Grand Amour post, but couldn't find the link for comments. Same with top post.

Please advise!

At March 28, 2007 10:21 PM, Blogger Ayala Moriel said...

Dear Helg,
First of all, thank you for your kind birthday wishes!
I am having a wonderful time here as usual, Spring is beautiful in the Mediterranean as you know!

For some reason, the comments were disabled in those two posts. I changed that so now you can leave comments again. I think it happened because the post was saved as a draft first, but am not sure.


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