Toledo, the City of Three Cultures

Facebook0Google0Linkedin0Pinterest0Twitter0MailIn the Dark Ages, Toledo was a European hub for culture science and philosophy featuring the first  School of Translators, contributing to the creation of  perfect conditions for the Renaissance It was my first trip to continental Spain and I … Read More

Israel, the Trip of the Sunrises. Makhtesh Ramon

5 AM, I was sitting on the rim of Makhtesh Ramon waiting for another sunrise in Israel, this time in Negev Desert. I was trying to embrace the crater with one glance but it was a bit hazy. There was no one around, just some Ibex looking curious at me. Maybe they were waiting for the sunrise as well and I was disturbing… Read More

The Trip of the Sunrises. Israel, Wadi Dragot

Away from a bustling and never sleeping Tel Aviv and from the prayers rising to the sky from the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, deep in the Judean Desert, winding its way towards The Dead Sea, lies the most scenic and challenging canyon in Israel, Wadi Dragot or Wadi Darga. Nature was particularly generous with the deserts of Israel because for millennia was continuously carving deep hidden valleys, where rapid waterfalls were creating natural pools and high dry falls. Life was thriving in those places and even now a very rich flora and fauna can be found despite the dryness around. … Read More