My first morning in Tel-Aviv happened to fall on Saturday. This is what the city looks like on Sabbath. Everything is closed, streets are empty, public transit is not working. It feels strange and spooky but adventurous! It feels as if you have the whole city for yourself to explore.
When going to Japan you are expected to be excited. I think it’s so far and still so mystified in the Western world that going to Japan almost feels like winning a lottery ticket. If you aren’t excited you gotta fake it at least. So I did.
21 days later I’m on board of the beautiful 787 Dreamliner on my way back and I am truly unbelievably amazed by the wonders I’ve seen in this beautiful country. It is un-be-lie-va-ble. I have completely fallen in love with Tokyo. I think I would even live there and get soaked in its amazing mix of culture, traditions, and hi-tech.