• Blue Gold Exists in Haifa

    לקריאת הפוסט בשפה העברית

    Though I grew up in Carmiel, I was born in Haifa. In a small building in Allenby St., to mom – a young nurse at Rambam hospital, and dad – a student at the Technion, recuperating from a war injury. During the first two years of my life, I have managed to travel the city by foot, despite neighbors’ protest of “child abuse”. To collect shells from Bat Galim beach, sing with the birds at the local Zoo, and to visit the hospital twice with dislocated shoulders. (Being flexible has its drawbacks.)