Israeli weddings are very different from the ceremonies we’re used to witnessing in movies or typical Western settings.
We were invited to attend a traditional Yemenite henna ceremony — a pre-wedding gathering that celebrates the bride leaving her family..
Getting a facial should be a revitalizing experience, right? At least, that’s what it seems like when influencers post about facials.
I recently discovered that to renew your license after driving for five years, I was required by Israeli law to take a “refreshers” course.
Most people go to the beach or forest for a joyful picnic, not the Russells; we go to the snow, where our butts freeze, and we’re layered up!
What’s life like in Israel? It may seem like living in the Holy Land is a dream come true, but, let me tell you, it’s no walk in the park. From struggling with the language barriers to getting into the strangest predicaments, our adventures are never boring. Join us as we travel around the Land! If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry! haha
When someone breaks a bone, it’s important to get follow up x-rays to determine the healing process. These visits to the clinic tend to be straightforward; you walk in, give the front desk your doctor’s note, get the x-ray, and leave. However, at my six-week check-up, it was anything but a walk in the park…
Since the beginning of this year, I’ve been craving the true essence of winter; but what can you do to get the feeling of winter in a country that can’t seem to make up its mind? Well, the expensive solution would be to fly to a place where there is snow, and the temperature is below zero; while the cheaper option might be to go ice skating, but is there even an ice rink in Israel?
The event you’re about to read, in the coming paragraphs, is just a sneak peek into what life can be like in Israel. It’s not always like this, but it sure does make my day better when it is!