Israeli Abroad has ventured throughout the world and has spent several years in the Middle East. Stories and info live from some of the most exotic locations.
The “Bomb Shelter Capital of the World” in Israel is a hell of a place to visit. Sderot (pronounced S-de ROTE) is an Israeli city in the western Negev desert located right next to the Israeli border with the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip. The formerly vibrant community shows the scars of years of rocket and mortar […]
The Mitzpe Ramon Crater is a unique geological formation located in southern Israel The Negev Desert of southern Israel is home to one of the rarest geological formations on earth, the Mitzpe Ramon Crater. Located in the heart of the Negev Desert in Southern Israel, the Ramon Crater is a “Makhtesh” geological feature that, unlike […]
The Dead Sea is a one-of-a-kind lake in-between Israel and Jordan Facing Jordan to the East and Israel to the West, the Dead Sea is a destination spot for tens of thousands of travelers each year and certainly doesn’t disappoint. The road from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea is a wild and winding one, filled […]
Tel Aviv is the party capital of the Middle East and a hub for high-tech Israel is home to 3 of the major world religions and Tel Aviv is where you go to take a break from them all. Tel Aviv has a magic and charm so great that I lived there for several years! […]