"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Dasha Zaychkovskaya (@lomod) recalls a lesson that inspires her to travel to Jaffa, Israel.
The unplanned vacation travel which left long-lasting memories from walking the old streets of Jaffa to dinners in the coziest parts of Jerusalem. The country where old buildings live closely with modern technologies. The biggest thing that attracted my attention from the times I was learning Hebrew was the ability of Jewish people to keep their traditions and unite as a nation throughout the years. One of the most important and significant sights in old Jaffa is the orange tree which is hanging and not touching the ground. It symbolizes prosperity and serves as a reminder of the days when Jews had to wander in a search of safe and secure land for their families.
This was very cozy and unforgettable time spent in Israel where the sun was warming us in summer and people gave us an energy for the whole year ahead.
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