"Cheap Alternative to Bus, ma'am?"

"Cheap Alternative to Bus, ma'am?"

Eduardo, however, is freaking out …and with good reason. You see, he grew up in Mexico City where robberies and kidnappings were rife, so the first thing he thinks when he sees the empty backpacks is “Twelve People have been shot and dumped out on the highway and w’re next.” Trying to allay his fears is going to be tough, if not impossible.

The Sharing Economy - Playing a Big Part in the Conservation of Resources - by Robert Nachum

We own so much and consume constantly – and the adverse effect on our planet is evident. Startups like Rideshare and BlaBlaCar mean it’s never been easier to reduce your carbon footprint. By connecting people who drive to those who need a ride, empty seats are filled, drivers offset their costs, passengers get a cheaper ride and – hey presto – the roads are less congested

The Lure of Old Jaffa - Part I

The Lure of Old Jaffa - Part I

It’s at this point that you’ll spy Daniel Kafri’s marvellous “Statue of Faith” - on it are carved three historic Biblical scenes - the binging of Isaac, the Fall of Jericho and Jacob’s Ladder.  Made from Galilee stone, and with a gate-like structure, it represents the “Gate of Entry” into the Promised Land, bringing to life stories of the three Patriarchs - Abraham, Isaac and Jacob... 

The Archaeological Find of the 20th Century? Israel's Dead Sea Scrolls

The Archaeological Find of the 20th Century?  Israel's Dead Sea Scrolls

The Scrolls are considered to be of extraordinary importance due to the tremendous insight they give us into Jewish society in Israel during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, as well as the origins of rabbinical Judaism.   Written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, they encompass a variety of subjects and literary styles.  They also include fragments of manuscripts from almost every book in the Hebrew Bible...