As mentioned earlier this week, I had a ridiculously wonderful time exploring the ancient city of Tzfat and northern Israel.
Below is a picture diary, and a glimpse into my week in the mystical Tzfat.
Part of a treasure hunt activity- I got pretty into it
3 Cheese Lachooch- A Yemenite “Crepe”
Tzfat Cheese- the Kadosh family has been making this cheese in Tzfat for SEVEN generations: that’s a lot of cheese!
Street Art all over the city
The Lachooch Man at Work
The Old City of Tzfat is all cobblestones- reminded me of Jerusalem, actually!
The organization I volunteered with (Livnot) rebuilds much of the city of Tzfat. Buildings with this emblem on them say that Livnot volunteers helped to restore it.
The best Sabich in Tzfat- no question. These guys will hook it up.
Cheese tasting at a goat farm in Rosh Pina- a small village in the north, close to Tzfat
This is actually in Neve Tzedek- Tel Aviv- but it needed to be included