Tourist in my own town – part 1by Roza Sinaysky | 13.04.14
April is probably my favourite month spent in Tel Aviv, the temperatures are rising and all my international friends are here for the holidays. It’s the only time of the year I truly allow myself to relax, what better way to do so then leaving the lap top behind and become a tourist in my own town. If you like me, spending this holiday in Tel Aviv here are some tips on how to survive the holidays like a local. This is a taste of how this passover holiday is going to look like for me , oh… if only I could wear Miu Miu and relax this way every day. Images by Alon Reuveni.
Pass over like any other holiday around here involves a ridiculous amount of food, try to stay healthy and walk down to Neve Tzedek for some fresh orange juice.
Tel Aviv is the city that never sleeps but make sure you do! It will be a shame to waist a sunny day on a hangover.
For all the tanning enthusiasts may I remind you it’s April and it’s not summer yet, don’t get too excited as it gets chilly in the evenings, grab your sweater on your way out.
In Tel Aviv it’s ok to talk to strangers, the most random people might become your best holiday friends and the perfect guides to all the “insider” hot spots, so don’t be shy!
Don’t forget to take a break there’s plenty of cool cafes to rest your feet in.
Some parts of this town can look a little run down at times so make sure you look on the bright side, it’s called shabby chic.
Workaholics and instagram addicts, TLV is offering free wifi services around town, stay connected and make everyone jealous of your ice cream shots.
It’s passover time, it means the food you will find here this time of the year will all be made of or contain matzo so no pizza for you guys!!
In Tel Aviv everything starts late, it’s ok to be offered to have a drink at 1:00 AM, don’t be offended and let the adventures begin!
Have fun and see you around!