There are four quarters inside Jerusalem's old city which all have different things to see. It is larger than you think so make sure you have a map! •The Christian quarter • The Muslim quarter • The Jewish quarter • The Armenian quarter Transport The light rail here is easy but make sure you have … Continue reading What to see in Jerusalem
We booked RK San for NYE as we wanted a casual and enjoyable dinner without a crazy price tag. The booking process was seamless and they were good at accommodating my many requests to increase the size of my booking party. The restaurant is among the strip of many restaurants on Cleveland Street in Surry … Continue reading RK San Contemporary Japanese Cuisine
We were introduced to Buttercrumbs croissant by our friend where_do_i_eat_pete and are so glad we paid it a visit. This croissant shop in Five Dock has quite possibly the best croissants around. They live out to the hype like lune croissanterie just without the lines. This place has an amazing plain buttery and flaky croissant … Continue reading Buttercrumbs croissant
Have you ever wanted to train martial arts, but felt uncomfortable as a beginner or even training with men? Not that we should feel this way, but at times training with men can be intimidating. Alpha female academy is an offshoot of Sitshooton Gym in Rockdale. They saw a gap in the market in this … Continue reading Alpha female academy: martial arts – run by girls for girls.
Nel in Surry Hills really impressed, the menu is creative and there is plenty of technique on display. Although there is plenty of technique, taste and flavour combinations are the main priority and it is good to see they do not lose sight of this. They offer eight course degustation menus every 10 weeks and the … Continue reading Nel @ Surry Hills
Massaya Restaurant offers authentic Lebanese food as well as modern Middle Eastern and Western dishes. Located in Strathfield in the west of Sydney, it's only about 30 mins drive from the central CBD. Massaya Restaurant occupies a large space that is well suited and capable for functions, events and large family get togethers, it also … Continue reading Massaya Restaurant – modern Middle Eastern cuisine
We are quite happy to have a cheap dinner or eat at a casual restaurant but it’s also nice to select a fancy place for that special occasion. If you’re going to spend your hard earned dollars on dinner, you want to make sure it’s worth it. Here’s our list of our favourites for the … Continue reading Sydney’s Best fine dining of 2019
If you're in Israel and are keen to do a bit of exploring, here's some interesting sites to visit. Dead Sea The Dead Sea is is the lowest point on earth, at 431 m below sea level. Evaporation has meant there’s less water and a higher concentration of minerals, in particular 34% salt as well … Continue reading Sites to visit out of Jerusalem
For International travelers who are not accustomed to Jewish tradition, you may not be familiar with Shabbat. It is A Jewish holy day or a day of rest. From Sundown Friday (approx 3pm) til Saturday approx 5/6pm (sometimes later), places close operation. Many businesses, services, and restaurants are unavailable including transport. Whilst Tel Aviv is … Continue reading What to do on in Tel Aviv on Shabbat?
We had been keen to visit this cafe for some time now, for the menu we had read about online sounded very appealing. We took the opportunity for a catch up with friends to visit Outfield as the cafe’s vision and approach aligns with our perspective in regards to the use of fresh and healthy … Continue reading Outfield cafe @ Ashfield