The Middle East

Is the Middle East your next stop? Check out the advice, stories and tips I can offer after my two trips there, which have seen me visit Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey; as well as important tourist destinations like the Dead Sea, the Western Wall and the Lost City of Petra. Information about traveling the Middle East with an Israeli passport stamp.

Three Tantalizing Days in Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv is one of only a few cities in the world I’ve visited during every phase of my travel life.

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Three Incredible Days in Istanbul

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You could spend a whole lifetime discovering Istanbul, but if you’ve only got three days in Istanbul, I’ve got you covered.

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Camels, Craters and The Healing Silence

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The heat, silence and endless horizon of the Israeli desert make the perfect healing cocktail.

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Tel Aviv’s Hidden Paradise

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The Shenkin Hotel is the perfect marriage of everything I need from a hotel and everything I love about Tel Aviv.

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The Baby Blue Birthplace of Kabbalah

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I didn’t run into Madonna, Ashton Kutcher or Demi Moore in Safed, but the birthplace of Kabbalah is fascinating enough on its own – it doesn’t need celebrities.

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How to See Everywhere in Israel

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If you’re considering a trip to Israel but aren’t sure how to make it happen, here are seven reasons I recommend you use Abraham Tours.

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The Best Hump Day Ever

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Not many people can say they spent their “hump day” in the company of dozens of Israeli camels – but I can!

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Postcards from Palestine

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Traveling in Palestine not only provided me with incredible insight on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but proved to be among my most enjoyable experiences ever.

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