The city of Jafa sits right outside of Tel Aviv. It’s 4000 years old. This morning I’m sharing some pictures. No stories because I’m short on time.
It sits on the Mediterranean.
It’s pretty popular for it’s flea markets.
The next picture is something I haven’t seen in a long time. I’m also thinking maybe it will be a portal for a blogfest in a couple months I’ll be hosting.
Here are some more sights around the city.
Date palms were all throughout ready for the picking.
The streets were crowded with parked cars.
The above is a picture of chandelier that hangs in the restaurant Aladin. The food is delish there too. I had a REAL tuna salad, hummus, falafel balls, and pita.
Anyway, this concludes this post. I know I’ve been posting sporadically. My work schedule is crazy. I’ve also got a boss who calls and texts me at 4 am to come in on my day off to cover shifts.
Today, I’m going south to watch my grandson, see my daughters, and my dad.
And also, I’ve been cranking out my edits and rewrites to Secondhand Shoes, A Novel. I’ve posted some new snippets and a ‘Where I’m At’ message. Just press on the link above and check it out if you’ve got time.
That’s all for now folks!
See you all later in the ink!