Tel-Aviv Beach

January 17th, 2012

I was in Tel-Aviv December 30th.  I walked along the Mediterranean beach down South to Jaffa.  The Tel-Aviv beach is quite nice, so far my favorite “hang-out” spot in Israel.

Here are a few pictures I took along the walk:

Tel-Aviv Beach Evening

(that sailboat out at Sea looked like fun)

 

Tel-Aviv Beach Sunset

(the waves didn’t look big enough for surfing, but then again, I’m no surfer)

 

Tel-Aviv Skyline at Night

(from Jaffa looking back at the Tel-Aviv skyline)

 

In the Old City of Jaffa at Night

(fishing gear on a pier in Jaffa)

 

The following morning (Saturday, New Years Eve) I again walked to Jaffa to attend a church there. 

Here’s what I looked like leaving the hostel (note I’m carrying all my luggage for the three day trip in that little backpack).

Nick on New Years Eve

Walking to church I took the following video (pretty boring) of the Tel-Aviv Mediterranean beach scene:

2 Responses to “Tel-Aviv Beach”

  1. Patsy Rillo Says:

    You are showing me pictures like I have never seen of Israel! Love them.
    God Bless, A. Pat

  2. Patsy Rillo Says:

    When I go to the beach – one of my favorite things to do, I love the sounds of the waves, and I look at the water coming in and going out and I wonder where all it has been, how many continents, how many cities, how many countries, I wonder whose face it has rained on, how many forms it has taken in different parts of the world, ice, snow, hail, sleet, rain, been in rivers, creeks, and how many seas? Just a silly old woman, but it takes me places and adventures that only an imagination can go. And, I just look like an old lady standing or sitting on the beach! Just a thought as I watched the video! God Bless, A. Pat

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