6 MONTHS IN TEL AVIV

In 2016, my husband went on sabbatical from his teaching post at the University of British Columbia and we moved to Tel Aviv. We rented a loft in Yafa and I spent the next six months eating, drinking, dancing and culture-crawling my way across the city. It was a great opportunity to explore the rest of Israel and, though it proved quite more difficult than I anticipated, I also traveled elsewhere in the region.  

Here is a collection of articles that came out of my time in the Middle East.

Image by Dan Freeman

EDITORIAL

MIDDLE EAST

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Conde Nast Traveler

What to Do in Tel Aviv: The Black Book

Tel Aviv as a food capital might not have the splashy inventiveness of Copenhagen or the Michelin tally of San Sebastian, but its approach—everything fresh and locally sourced, prepared with minimal fuss—is exactly how we want to eat right now.

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© 2020 Celeste Moure.