A place, where everything perfect is: Jaffa - Tel-Aviv old town

23.04.2015 BY

I wonder if it's even possible to ever get used to traveling? To stop dreaming about them every moment of your life? Of course, within the time new (or long beloved) country gives different emotions, but never they get less exciting and inspiring. You just learn to not only be amazed, but as well analyze, recreate details, you learn, how to see the real life.

Curious, how every city I've ever been to has its own face of my perfect way of living. In New York I would have been working in a giant glass skyscrapper, wearing sunglasses and light pencil skirts, and it goes without sayin - I would have never hide important documents into my bag (otherwise how would I drop them after splitting hot coffee out of plastic cup on myself?); my very owm favorite is my perfect life in Verona - owning a small cheese shop somewhere across the street from a tiny cafe with three tables standing directly on a walking path, I would have walked there everyday and been taking my tanned legs and perfect hair as if they've always been like that; and what about Tel-Aviv... to Tel-Aviv I would have gone for learning (whatever - language or archeology), to wake up early every morning and having lazy breakfast on my old little balcony, I would have bought skinny dog there and enjoy isralian coffee in an old Jaffa, while looking how my dog tries to catch water drops in a fontain nearby...

Jaffa is an absolutely special place. I know, I'm saying it about every place I've been to:) Perhaps, it's just because my too poor vocabulary.

There are more legends about Jaffa then true facts. But we know that first evidence of living here belongs to XVIII century before our age! And famous Jaffa became thanks to being the largest port of ancient Israel. But you can read about it in any travel guide:) My favorite part of history are orange gardens, previously been here. Actually, it's the place, where oranges were taken to soviet tables from. Just imagine how cool it was in this crazily old place, when it was covered in orange trees! Perhaps, it's just how paradise looks like...

Honestly, I was always a little scared to make that religious analogies, while I don't want to hurt anyone's fillings and it's always easier with Israel. Every stone here is a part of history. But don't be afraid of it! Just be ready to get twice more fascinated by every sight here rather than in any other place on Earth.

And I'm so thankfull to Israel ministry of tourism for inviting me to this spectacular journey and for an opportunity to once again visit this small, but so rich in emotions country.

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