Monday, May 21, 2007

It's Good to be Home


Had a great time in the UK, but it's good to be back! This is a photo I took just before I left of a little girl feeding the pigeons at Rabin Square.

8 comments:

BlueRoad said...

There have been in that plaza... and for me she has been exciting...
You have some marvelous places...

Chris in Madison said...

I didn't know you were a fellow Brit! Where from originally?
We're planning a trip back in Oct. and as it's been 2 years now I can't wait!

photowannabe said...

Welcome home Mandi.
Cute shot of the sweet girl and the birds surrounding her.

alice said...

Nice to see you again!

Lothiane said...

Welcome back!

And such a sweet photo too... :)

Greetings from
Oslo, Norway

Chris in Madison said...

Ooops, I was being presumptuous - not everyone who visits the UK is actually from there ;)
On a side note, have you read Don't Lets Go To The Dogs Tonight but Alexandra Fuller? It's a fantastic book about Zimbabwe.

magiceye said...

thats cute...

had posted a pic of pigeons breakfasting a couple of days back!

iemuhs said...

Am glad to have found your blog! :)

Don't mean to go off topic... but I would like to seek your comments on whether Tel Aviv is family friendly, or rather child friendly? And is it safe??

My hubby is going to be posted there in Mar next year for 9 months, and I am wondering if it is advisable for me and my 1.5 year old son to join him. He said we will be bored stiff with nothing to do. Is that true? Is the area that unsafe that we have to stay locked at home all the time? How about the traffic? We will be staying in Tel Aviv, near LOD Airbase.

Really appreciate it if you can reply me here, or email me at iemuhs@mail.com cos I don't seem to find much information on the internet on the safety of foreign families in Tel Aviv. Thanks a million!!