If you’re in Southern California, check this out on Saturday.

New pieces by a bunch of the DA crew, a brand new book made possible by the good people at ALOVETOKEN and there will also be a handful of copies of the new “Youthanized” zine which consists of photos that I took. Go find it.

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nightedlife:

COME THRU THIS SATURDAY 5-9PM!

If you’re around New York, check this out tomorrow night. There will be copies of my new “Youthanized” photo zine at this release party in Brooklyn. Put on by the good people at ALOVETOKEN.

Big ups to the DA gang.

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alovetoken:

This Friday in Williamsburg. Lotsa homies, lotsa giveaways. Come hang! 

"Vexations" video by Deader on top of the DA newspaper binInstallation by the DA CollectiveScholar TattooSan Francisco, CA "Vexations" video by Deader on top of the DA newspaper binInstallation by the DA CollectiveScholar TattooSan Francisco, CA "Vexations" video by Deader on top of the DA newspaper binInstallation by the DA CollectiveScholar TattooSan Francisco, CA

"Vexations" video by Deader on top of the DA newspaper bin
Installation by the DA Collective
Scholar Tattoo
San Francisco, CA

The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA. The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA.

The homie Jeramie Hamilton had a pop-up art show at his tattoo shop in San Francisco last weekend. Jeramie is a lifetime member of the DA Collective and opened up Scholar Tattoo about 6 months ago. Among the other rad artists involved, we got to dedicate a wall just for the DA gang and I think Juan and John really killed it on this set up and installation. There are brand new pieces by John McCarthy, Juan Gabe, Ian Anderson, Bosko Jackson, Jermaie Hamilton and myself on this wall. Deader shot and edited a video, “Vexations” which he had playing on a classic tv/vhs combo propped on another one of our newspaper bins (this bin was stocked with a brand new zine by Bosko Jackson and the new “Youthaznied” zine containing my photos that night). And surrounding it all, is the custom DA cow-print.

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We all had a good night for sure. This exhibit and wall will be up until April 28th; go check it out. And if you need some new tattoos (who doesn’t?), go see the good people at Scholar Tattoo: 3340 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA.

The DA Gang wall
Scholar Tattoo
San Francisco, CA

…more photos from the exhibit coming soon.

Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along. Part 5
After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.
This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along.

Part 5

After we landed back in Tel Aviv (from Eilat), we had an awesome lunch at the Tel Aviv Port with Rachel’s dad [photo 1]. The weather was starting to get a little funky; clouds were moving in and the rain looked like it was coming back. That evening, we had dinner at a brand new Thai spot that apparently is impossible to have dinner at (because it is always packed). And it was so good [photo 3]. The following day, it really looked like it was going to rain so we figured we should stay indoors. Rachel and I first walked over to a cafe that had an awesome vegan breakfast. From there, we walked to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. They had some shit to see but I guess we just missed out on an interesting pop art exhibit that ended a few weeks prior. Regardless, it was nice to be indoors while it rained like hell outside. The following day we met back up with Achinoam, her husband and both of Rachel’s sisters for our final (of this trip, of course) brunch in Israel [photo 8]. That included some fresh baked bread, a bunch of awesome dips, some veggies and some fresh squeezed oj. We then spent the rest of the day walking around Tel Aviv’s city center. After that, we went back to our place to pack and get ready for dinner. Dinner that night was at Rachel’s parents’ house and her mom cooked the most tasty Israeli dishes for all of us. If I remember correctly, it was about 4 courses.

This will be the last post from my trip to Israel. Thanks for reading along.

Rachel
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tel Aviv, Israel

Rachel
Underwater Observatory
Eilat, Israel

Sunset on the Red Sea
Royal Beach
Eilat, Israel Sunset on the Red Sea
Royal Beach
Eilat, Israel

Sunset on the Red Sea
Royal Beach
Eilat, Israel

Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas. Part 4
Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas.

Part 4

Halfway through our vacation we went on a vacation. Right when the rain started to move in, Rachel and I took a flight from Tel Aviv down to Eilat (the southern tip of Israel); Eilat is a small resort-town that boarders the Red Sea. When we landed, we were greeted with sunshine and a temperature of about 80* F. Pretty awesome. We landed very early and our room wasn’t ready yet, so after a really good breakfast we spent time walking up and down the beach. It turns out the Red Sea isn’t red (kinda a bummer I guess) but it is a beautiful shade of blue. We don’t really get to see through the water in our ocean here in the Bay Area so it is always a pleasure to be able to do so. After we were able to check in to our dope spot [photo 4 is the view from our hotel room], it was time for bathing suits, beach chairs and piña coladas. Needless to say, that checklist was completed in a very short time. That night, we went to the Three Monkeys Pub (apparently it is the place to go in Eilat) and had some more drinks while watching 3 old guys play jams from the ’90s. The following day, we visited Eilat’s underwater observatory and got a glimpse of the Red Sea about 20 feet below sea level [photo 7]. And that was pretty cool; there were lots of fish and coral and I even saw some old-looking graffiti that read “Moses wuz here”. After we finished there, it was back to those beach chairs and back to those sweet, sweet piña coladas.

Rachel
Royal Beach
Eilat, Israel

Rachel, Sharon and Mazzy
Old City Port
Jaffa, Israel

Pop-up art show happening tomorrow night in San Francisco.

I will have 3 new/unreleased photos on display.

Come party.

Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour Part 3
Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour

Part 3

Visiting The Old City of Jaffa was on the schedule for this day. Apparently, Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv and has some pretty rad things to offer. Walking around the Jaffa neighborhood, I noticed that there was a mix of both street vendors and up-and-coming boutiques. It was cool to see this mix thriving in the same area. I also saw the best stencil in all of Israel on these streets [photo 4]. Rachel’s sisters then took us to get “the best hummus in Tel Aviv” and although I don’t necessarily consider myself a hummus-connoisseur, it was so fucking good [photo 5]. The spot was called Abu Hasan (thanks Google) and because of their small store front and the line out the door, they expect you to come in, eat (no need to order; they bring you a plate as soon as you sit down) and be on your way as quick as possible. After that, it was off to The Old City of Jaffa and the Port of Jaffa. There were some pretty cool walkways and the old architecture is always a plus. Our trail there ended with a rad view of Tel Aviv and the coast [photo 8]. At that point, it started to rain so we flew back to the car and headed over to this spot named HaTachana. This area was an old train station which was converted into a shopping/restaurant center. It still had the tracks, a huge open layout and it was also a nice place to get drinks (and umbrellas). At the end of our night, we went back into the heart of Tel Aviv and had dinner at Rachel’s favorite pizza place. I can’t remember the name of this pizza spot right now but it too was delicious. #TelAvivFoodTour

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