Friday, July 24, 2015

Tel Aviv street art


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We're leaving Israel today. One more hour in the apartment packing, a couple of hours at the airport checking in and organising, five hours in the air and then London!!

Right now I'm feeling sad to be leaving Israel after such an incredible month, I'm nervous and excited about the next leg of this adventure, and I'm trying to remember to check under every bed, in between every couch cushion and behind every drawer.

I have another post in my head that I'll hopefully write in the next few days about our highlights and low lights of our trip so far, but until then here are some pics I took of the street art in Tel Aviv.

It's been one month since we have lived amongst people who speak the same language as us and it'll be so simple to make ourselves understood this evening when we ask directions to our Airbnb. Same language but new accents, currency and geography...the adventure continues...

I hope you have a very happy weekend - have you got some fun stuff planned?

I think ours will be spent exploring and if Indi has anything to do with it there'll be loads of shopping too.

Shalom to you my friends - see you on the other side.

Love Kate
xoxo




14 comments:

  1. This is so incredibly cool Kate...inspiring adventures x

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  2. Great pics as always. Safe journey for you all and amazing to think you will soon be in my part of the world - well not too far away. Wishing you many happy adventures. Elaine x

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  3. What fantastic adventures you are having. Your photos are incredible as are your stories and love of life. Enjoy London, it's a wonderful city. x

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  4. Adventures! How fun for you and your family. Those street pictures are amazing. I wish a safe journey to London and beyond for you and can't wait to hear about your adventures there.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  5. Some amazing images here! Enjoy the UK as well.

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  6. The street art is wonderful. I had so little time in Beirut when I was there last month, but the street art I did see was amazing. I wish I'd had more time to look around - but that's the way it is with fleeting work trips. I've enjoyed these posts. It's a place I'd like to go. Inspiring.

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  7. I have been reading your inspiring posts since your first caravan journey around Australia all those years ago which got me hooked, you have opened my eyes to Israel its street art and culture , i love to read about your homelife on your little farm in Daylsford, which is so different to mine here in London. So now I really look forward to your posts from my home town. Two tips try.. Hoxton for cool street art (East london) Best coffee.. Monmouth in Borough Market X

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  8. I have been reading your inspiring posts since your first caravan journey around Australia all those years ago which got me hooked, you have opened my eyes to Israel its street art and culture , i love to read about your homelife on your little farm in Daylsford, which is so different to mine here in London. So now I really look forward to your posts from my home town. Two tips try.. Hoxton for cool street art (East london) Best coffee.. Monmouth in Borough Market X

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  9. Not surprising that you have rekindled your own artistic spark within this environment. The Puzzle Poems artwork is so poignant. Tonight I will pray even harder for peace in our world. Thank you for sharing your discoveries as you travel. Be safe. Have fun. xx

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  10. Wonderful photos Kate, you all look so happy and warm! Lovely to share the street art! x

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  11. I'm a bit sad too - I've really enjoyed visiting Isreal with you and the girls. Love the photos, stories and experiences. I've never been but you make it seem possible. Safe Travels - I hope you keep posting, cos I'll enjoy seeing Londong from your perspective.

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  12. We lived in Israel for nearly 6 months in 1990 and it takes a long time to get your head around the place. So much is warm beautiful historic and interesting and so much is just so wrong with the people dynamics......but a place I would go back to. We live in a small place in the south of Bolivia now and it is a wonderful place. Look forward to your post about UK! It's where at have spend the most time in my life. If you have time to move around Oxford and the Cotswolds are a wonderful gem of the UK. You could even look up "Daylesford Organic "Daylesford near Kingham,Gloucestershire, GL56 They also have several shops in London. Regards Peta Cowan

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  13. Glad you're still enjoying your trip.

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