I for one love heights. I have no time for enclosed spaces being a bit claustrophobic myself. But heights? They are a different thing. I love those lifts that are all glass and go all the way up to the 10th floor (that’s as far as I’ve been in one of those lifts). I stand with my nose pressed against the glass looking down. It gives me quite a thrill. I’m looking forward to the time I can walk on one of those glass platform over the Grand Canyon. It may sound weird because I don’t like lifts, but the fact that I can see out (and people can see in in case it gets stuck or something) makes up for it.
Looking towards the old Jaffa Port – this is a gorgeous walk along the Tel Aviv promenade. I was approached by a man while I was photographing and he struck up a conversation. I brought that conversation to a screeching halt when he asked me where I was going. He was probably harmless but I kept looking over my shoulder as I walked.
This is one of my favourite places on earth! I’ve written ad nauseum about this piece of bliss in the middle of Cape Town. Well, I hope it hasn’t been ad nauseum. Here’s another pic, this one taken from the top of the Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway. I’ve also written about that one, just click on the link in the previous sentence to read it.
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I don’t remember when the last time was that I shared coffee with you. It’s was sometime last year, that much I remember. If we were having coffee we’d talk about the fact that blogging has taken a back seat in the last couple of months.
Aren’t you loving the hot weather? I’m loving it, especially since this past week I was in Tel Aviv, where it is winter. It rained for the time I was at the conference. Thursday was my own day and I walked a bit of Tel Aviv and the weather was clear and lovely. Cold but lovely with clear blue skies.
If we were having coffee I’d talk about how vibrant Tel Aviv is. It’s a 24-hour city. On Wednesday a group of us had dinner at the Sarona food market. I posted some photos of this market for the wordpress weekly photo post this week.
When I travel I don’t bring back souvenirs – I’m not a souvenir person. I prefer the experiences and the photos I take. The only exception is the coffee. Wherever I go I bring back some of the coffee sold there.