Susan and I had a relaxing time in Eilat for Sukkot. We did a bit of lazing about, some reading, spent time at the gym and the pool, ate (too much, of course), shook our lulav and etrog, and even went to shul.
The standard (and availability) of kosher catering in Eilat seems to be gradually improving. However, you could not say the same for the standard of English translations:
Whine for table four?
And if you think that was bad, how the hell do you explain this one?
The food equivalent of the Unfinished Symphony – the Unpaid Penne?
Israeli English; nothing quite like it.
In the queue for Eilat
Susan and I were in Eilat for Sukkot. We had a very restful time, though Susan’s sore back and the tummy bug she picked up made it less than a perfect break for poor her. There was a bit of an adventure, too, of which more in a moment. Right now, things are busy on the work front, so blogging time may be limited. However, I want to share a couple of our experiences. Continue reading