Massive sand sculptures depicting scenes from fairy tales and Biblical stories are on display until August 26th.
“There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
Our trip to Israel proved one thing: the Holy Land is no longer just a place to pray, but also a place to play! It was our first visit, and while we thoroughly enjoyed the wealth of history in Jerusalem and the trendy, hip, fun vibe of Tel Aviv, what captivated us most were the adventures in the Negev Desert and Eilat, the farthest point south in Israel, just a few minutes from the Egypt border.