Arrived Tel Aviv in the midnight 3am from Hong Kong.
Too early to check in a hotel room. Wait and wait till the early morning. No prob I've the book bought in airport - Great Wisdom of Jewish - great to kill time and know more about the culture of resilient Jewish.
My hotel is near the sea front. I left my luggage in the hotel storage then strolled a while along the promenade facing Mediterranean.
The sand is so soft and fine. That's why they call the "White City".
I walked up for the good view, found the wild "Forget-me-not".
The "Black & White"
Back from the beach walk and after checked in hotel, Irit Dulman, renowned artist whom I followed her workshop last year was so kind to take me out for a walk in the city of Tel Aviv and Jaffa port.
The turquoise Mediterranean is peaceful
We'd a fabulous lunch in a typical cozy restaurant.
Lots of tamed cats. This sun bathing cat is pampered!
Colourful spices, smell of exotic fragrances.
Clock Square of Jaffa Port. The clock tower was built by the Turkish Sultan Abed-el-Hamid in 1906.
Historic architects of old Jaffa Port. The fisherman's port has retained its charm and beautiful stone buildings which remind the land of bygone times.