What grabbed me most in Yael's On the road to nowhere post is the stunning photography of the desert, ibexes and Dead Sea. More stunning is her matter of fact journal and writing about the trip, typical of Israelis and many Israeli weekends. It transcends you to that time and place and if only we would touch the screen it would whirlwind us to the lowest elevation on earth.
Yael brings you a convenient outdoor market (shuk) she shops at with rich history and a slice of Israeli life.
A bit of history and some Wikipedia facts:
So while I'm conducting my weekly shopping, I might be following the footsteps of King Richard the Lionheart and Napoleon. In the allies and streets surrounding the market there are some great eating place like Halil's restaurant which is one of the best Hummus places in the country, Maharaja- a vegetarian Indian restaurant and food store and more.
Ramle suffered for years from neglect, financial problems and low public image. In recent years attempts are made to improve and develop the city and improve its image.Eli Tunisian Sandwich 3rd Esther Hamalka St. Ramle shuck, Ramle
Halil's 6th Kehilat Detroit St. Ramle