Photo Journal of My Trip to Israel

This photo journal follows my trip to Israel. It explores how food is central to Jewish culture, and the fascinating foods I ate while in this ancient country.

My “48 hours in detroit” is a photo journal of my trip to Israel. I will be sharing with you the amazing sights, sounds and experiences that I had during my time there.

Today’s post is a special one, ladies and gentlemen. I’m taking you on a pictorial tour of my recent trip to Israel with my great Vibe Israel pals!

Vibe Israel was first introduced to me by my best friend Ambitious Kitchen, who had the opportunity to go to Israel with this incredible non-profit. Vibe Israel’s whole aim is on improving Israel’s good image in the globe by inviting industry leaders on tours across Israel. 

1636285177_603_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-Israel In 2017, I went on my first tour, which was a culinary tour (I know, it’s a tough job.) and fell in love with the nation and its people. Israel, contrary to my earlier impressions, is tremendously varied, tolerant, and, hmm… COOL. The cuisine is fantastic, the people are kind, and the country is stunning. 

Needless to say, I accepted Vibe’s invitation to join them on a second tour in return for assisting them in putting together the list of other guests. 


1636285182_828_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-IsraelBecause many of the folks we met on the first trip were also on the second, it was a very memorable experience for me. We took part in a pastry-making course with Alon Shabo, with whom I had previously prepared macarons and who is the kindest person on the planet. We had a fantastic lunch with Atalya Ein Mor, one of the most accomplished and loving ladies I’ve ever met, and I got to spend the week with Vibe’s great crew, whom I can honestly say are my friends. 


1636285188_403_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-IsraelMy vacation back to Israel was fantastic. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is for you to include this nation in your travel itinerary. It has beaches, mountains, sweets, cuisine, nightlife, wellness, technology, city life, religious monuments, and much more. It’s such a unique place, and I’m delighted to have had the opportunity to see it. 

So, without further ado, I wish you all the best! 


1636285193_544_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-Israel Isn’t this one of my favorite places in Israel? The incredible street food!



A highlight of the trip was our breakfast at Atalya’s in Ein Karem, a hilltop hamlet west of Jerusalem.






1636285210_793_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-IsraelWalking around the streets of a Tel Aviv neighborhood market






We went on a day excursion to Akko, a small beach village.





At famous chef Alon Shabo’s studio space, there will be a pastry workshop.




1636285245_626_Photo-Journal-of-My-Trip-to-Israel We finished our journey with a fantastic lunch at Tel Aviv’s Lehamim Bakery.




I was asked to spend a week in Israel by Vibe Israel, but I was not rewarded in any manner. All of my views are entirely my own. Thank you for helping to make Broma a reality by supporting the businesses and products that make it possible!

My trip to Israel was amazing. I took a lot of pictures, but it’s hard to remember everything that happened without writing them down. This is my photo journal of the trip. Reference: flights to israel.

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