Every dog owner knows that having a dog is like having a baby; you need to watch them, feed them, and clean them. However, when it comes to dog owners cleaning their dogs, it is no where near the Johnson’s baby commercials.
Dog washing is often the biggest chore and pain in the you-know-what; from getting your dog into the bathtub, to knowing which shampoo and conditioner to use and when. From my personal experience with a dog, he puts up a good fight to avoid having a bath – he knows when it’s bath time, and promptly retreats to under the kitchen table to avoid it. Smart dog!
By the time I finally get him in the bath, its a struggle to wash him while he is planning an escape. So I give up, he runs out of the tub, and sprays me with water on his way out. Not enjoyable, but thankfully, Tel Aviv: Dog Wash TLV has a better way of doing things. Dog owners can walk into the store and shower their dogs right there, without any escaping. Tel Aviv might be the perfect place for me and my dog. I’m now considering the move!
Now, thanks to Tourist Israel, SDM got a VIP taste of the hottest beaches in the area.
We are talking maximum tanning places, picturesque views, and fun activities. So whatever you are in the mood for, SDM and Tourist Israel has got you covered!
Here are our favourite beaches….
Of course, the Tel Aviv beach, which stretches over 10km along the Mediterranean is a firm favorite. Divided into over ten individual beaches, each of Tel Aviv’s beaches has its own character and crowd, from the Tzur Beach in the far north of the city which is a favorite with locals and relatively quiet by urban standards, to the central stretch of beaches – Gordon, Frishman, Bograshov, and Dolphinarium Beaches which are always busy, to the Hilton Beach which attracts a gay crowd, or the beaches further south which attract hipsters and locals from Jaffa. Read more about the Tel Aviv Beach in our dedicated article.
Eilat’s Dolphin Beach is located within the Dolphin Reef in Eilat, famed for offering the opportunity to swim alongside dolphins. Pay an entry fee to enter the reef and you get access to a beach which is much quieter than most in the city. The beach has, of course food and drink facilities and relaxation can be taken to the next level with the attractions music-infused relaxation pools.
Read the whole list at Tourist Israel.
It was only last night, when the Pixies performed their very first show at the Rock N’ Roller Festival in Israel.
The Pixies were said to have rocked out for 33 consecutive songs.
Audience members describe the band to be focused throughout the whole show, and never once did they stop to say hello or thank you. Now that’s determination!
The Pixies opened the show with their song “Bone” and finished with their signature hit “Where is My Mind.”
Check out a clip of the Pixies in Israel below:
Specifically in Tel Aviv, the so- called “White Night” has inspired Israelis to partake in their country’s unique cultural expression with tours, performances, and cinema.
This year, Tel Aviv is scheduled to host their annual version of Nuit Blanche known as, Laila Lavan, on June 26 with special events, like: Yoga at the Tel Aviv port, a vintage and second- hand market, a movie marathon, Bollywood dance class, and opera performances.
Check out this video from “White Night” in 2013:
For more on this spectacular event happening on June 26th visit here to get all your White Night details.
The record breaking event was jointly hosted by Chabad- Lubavitch and White City Shabbat, whom without which, the 800 bottles of wine, 80 bottles of vodka, 50 bottles of whisky, 2,000 challah rolls, 1,800 pieces of chicken, 1,00 pieces of beef, and 250 vegetarian meals wouldn’t be possible.
Not only is Tel Aviv hot in the public eye right now for their gay pride efforts, but now their status as Guiness World Record breakers as well!
Read more at Times of Israel.
There was so much to see that we decided to share some footage at pride with you! Check it out!