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Essential Israel – 10 day itinerary

Essential Israel – 10 day itinerary

Here is our 10 day itinerary for cover essential sights in Isreal. This is at a relaxed pace so that you have enough time to see various sights Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ein Gedi. 

People of Israel love folks from India. We were welcomed every where and had a friendly reception and many conversations with everyone. Language was not a problem for us at all. 

The essential Israel – 10 day itinerary will help you see the important sights on your first visit to Israel. 

10 day itinerary for Israel

Day 1 Land in Tel Aviv head to Jerusalem
Take the bus $485 to Jerusalem. Its best to start there.
Day 2 – Jerusalem
Take a free or private tour to acquaint yourself with the old city of Jerusalem.
Day 3 Jerusalem
Step out of the Old city to the Mahane Yehuda Market. Shop for food and eat well.
Day 4 – Head to the Dead Sea
Rent a car or take the bus to Kalia. More about this later in the post. Spend the night in Ein Gedi
Day 5 – Masada
Take the bus or drive to Masada and hike up the mountain for great views.
Day 6 – Hiking in Ein Gedi
Do the easy hike to Ein Gedi waterfall. Relax at the Ein Gedi Spa or go to the Ein Bokek beach for one last dip in the dead sea
Day 7 – Head to Tel Aviv
Drive or take the bus to Tel Aviv.
Day 8 – Tel Aviv beaches
Relax at the Tel Aviv beaches. People watch and eat lots of hummus and other amazing food
Day 9 – Jaffa Old town
Spend a day in Jaffa. Eat amazing hummus and pita there. See the sights.
Day 10 – Neve Tzedek
Enjoy the neighborhood of Neve Tzedek. Rent a scooter and enjoy the beach promenade before catching your flight out of Tel Aviv

We spent March 23rd to April 2nd in Israel in 2019.

Getting a tourist visa in Delhi for Israel

Getting a VISA for Israel in India for our kids was a pain. Israel has a strange requirement. They want kid’s birth certificate to be apostilled by the ministry of external affairs in Delhi. The MEA does not want to be bothered and have assigned agents that help with this process. Help in this context means bribing. Most of this agents want 1500/birth certificate even when the published fees by the MEA is 100 rupees only. I had to make many calls to the embassy and write emails to various folks to get this sorted out.

Apparently, if your birth certificate can be verified online, the embassy is willing to wave the apostille requirment for a “Tourist VISA to Israel”

Israel is fascinating for its history and the Dead Sea area. The beaches around tel Aviv are great on a sunny day but March is not the best weather for Tel Aviv and it can be avoided entirely in my view.

Here is what we did in our 10 days in Israel.

3 days in Old city of Jerusalem

We spend all three days in the old city of Jerusalem. Staying in the Jewish quarter was great. It is clean and the most well kept part of the old city.

The Old city is fascinating to walk through. It is especially exclusive at night, when the tourist buses and tour guides leave the city.

The history of Jerusalem is what attracted us to this city. The complicated history has been documented well in various places. We found the piece on wikipedia on temple mount succinct and balanced. We decided not to write about it on this blog because we can’t add much to what exists already. 

Here are the things that worked really well for us. 

Tips for Old city of Jerusalem

  • Stores and restaurants just outside the Damascus Gate are much cheaper than the old city.
  • Hummus ikremavi was excellent and best value for money in the area
  • Pizza just outside the Jaffa gate was great for kids
  • Hummus at Abu Shukri was better than Lina’s and Tala’s and cheaper too. Eat there or at Damascus gate

4 Restaurants in the Old City of Jerusalem

1. Humus Acrmavi or Ikremavi

2 Haneviim St, Jerusalem, Jerusalem
+972 2-626-1658
https://goo.gl/maps/kaTYTDeB1vs

2. Abu Shukri

https://goo.gl/maps/HsSoUmebVTM2

3. Lina

עקבת אל חנאכה 42, Jerusalem
+972 2-627-7230
https://goo.gl/maps/6kLJrpw77Gr

4. Pizza mamilla

Shlomo ha-Melekh St 2, Jerusalem, Israel
+972 54-660-2176
https://goo.gl/maps/uanQ6kGazJy

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How to see the Dead Sea from Jerusalem

There are three common ways to see the Dead Sea

  1. Paid entry at Kalia beach at 60NIS/person
  2. Paid entry at any Dead Sea resort like the sea of spa in Ein Gedi
  3. Free entry at Ein Bokek Beach

Kalia beach

We recommend going to the Kalia beach. It is a 40 minute bus ride away or a 30 minute drive from Jerusalem. Take bus 486 or Bus 444 or any bus to Ein Gedi or Ein Bokek and asked to be dropped off at Kalia Beach.

Kalia Beach

https://goo.gl/maps/uuYQJDryDqu

You have to walk 15 minutes to get to this beach so keep at least half a day for this outing. Kalia beach is great because you have good showers and a nice bar with a great view at the lowest place on earth.

The beach has tonnes of black sand that you can apply to your body and then take a dip in the sea. The sensation is amazing and it leaves your skin feeling so smooth. None of the other ways to see the Dead Sea have access to this sand.

The beach has showers and a changing area. They also have lots of seating and shade. Just get there early in the day to avoid a sun and the crowds. The beach is not rocky.

If you have car, eat at a small pizzeria on the road to Jericho. The owner is very friendly. He also built the tourist facilities at Masada and has great stories to share. He was the one who asked us to go to Kalia beach and we are glad he did.

Me Casa Damka

Almog Junction, Vered Jericho Roundabout

+972 2-970-7078

https://goo.gl/maps/BfY49KccEHH2

 

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The Ein Gedi Kibbutz

The Kibbutz in Ein Gedi Is a fantastic place to stay. It was our favourite place to visit during our entire trip. We hiked to Masada, visited the free public beach at Ein Bokek and the dead sea spa too. It was a lovely, relaxing time. The host at Ein Gedi was super welcoming too.

Ein Gedi Hot springs or Ein Gedi Sea of Spa

This paid resort has an indoor complex with a changing room, hot smelly sulphur baths (avoidable) and a mud bath area. They charge 100 NIS/person and I think they are not worth the money.

They put you on a tractor that takes you to the beach. The beach does not have any facilities. Just some chairs and some shade. The beach is rocky. You need shoes to enter and enjoy it.

Ein Gedi Hot Springs

Ein Gedi, Israel

+972 8-620-1030

https://goo.gl/maps/BHNVTbVYQkR2

Dead Sea at Ein Bokek Beach

This is the best way to sea the Dead Sea for free. Just pay for public parking all around the beach and access the Dead Sea. Buses to Ein Bokek are frequent and should take about 1:20 minutes one way.

The beach has good shower facilities. The beach is rocky and I recommend wearing crocs or plastic slippers when you access the beach. The beach floor is full of sand crystals. You can buy black mud packs from stores nearby and apply them on your body. You won’t find this sand on the beach.

You can rent a car from Hertz or Avis or other providers on King David Street in Jerusalem. Call them directly for good rates. Online car bookings in Israel have wrong prices. Their prices don’t include insurance and often insurance is very expensive in Israel. As much as $25/day.

Always decline theft insurance. You don’t really need it and it can save you $5-10/day.

 

Visiting Masada from Ein Gedi

Its easy to get to Masada form Ein Gedi by bus or by your own car. I recommend renting a car in the dead sea area because it gives you a lot more freedom than a bus. Masada is great to see 

Masada Hike
Ruins of Masada fort
Snake path Masada
Ein Bokek Beach access
Ein Bokek Beach
Ein Gedi Camp food and drinks
Ein Gedi Camp
Ein Gedi hike
Ein Gedi Kibbutz Boabab
Ein Gedi Kibbutz look out
Ein Gedi Spa Beach
Ein Gedi Spa dead sea beach
Ein Gedi Spa to the beach
Ein Gedi Spa
Ein Gedi waterfall
Ein Gedi Waterfall

Tel Aviv

There is a lot to do in Tel Aviv. 

  • You can party on Allenby steet
  • You can walk through Neve Tzedek and have yummy ice cream
  • You can watch people and enjoy the sea at the long Beach Promenade
  • You can learn about the history of the Old City of Jaffa and eat amazing food here
  • Take a free tour in the old city of Jaffa. There are great stories about Napoleon and other invaders that local’s share.
  • You can walk around Harakyon Park on a good weather day.
  • Walk through Carmel Market and have a chocolate Babka or a Jerusalem bagel

You will most likely run out of time in this city. So pace yourself. 

You will also like to eat a lot in this city. So pace yourself again. Here is our list of great places to eat in Tel Aviv

10 Great places to eat in Tel Aviv

All of these have been marked in the map. We tried them and they are great. 

  1. Hummus Abu Hasan in Jaffa
  2. Awni in Jaffa
  3. Sabich at Tchernikhovski street
  4. Johnny’s falafel is right next door
  5. Czech beer at Little Prague restaurant is on the other side of Allenby street
  6. Benedicts on Allenby street
  7. Super Falafel on Allenby street
  8. Pizza Tommy on Allenby street
  9. Sputnik Bar has a great atmosphere at night and is on Allenby street
  10. Anita’s ice cream and frozen yoghurt in Neve Tzedek 
Benedict Pancakes Tel Aviv
Benedict Shakshuka Tel Aviv
Hayarkon park Tel Aviv
Portraits in Tel Aviv
Sabich Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Abu Lafia Bakery Jaffa
Tel Aviv Beach Promenade
Tel Aviv Beach Promenade Sunset
Tel Aviv Pizza Tommy Allenby
Super Falafel Allenby
Tel Aviv street market
Tel Aviv Street market
Sputnik Bar Allenby
Sputnik Bar Allenby Cocktails
Sabich Tchernikhovski
Jaffa Clock Tower
Tel Aviv from Jaffa
Sabich Tchernikhovski served
Anita Gelato Neve Tzedek
Anita Yoghurt

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10 day itinerary for Japan

 

10 day itinerary for Japan with family

10 day itinerary for Japan

Anubhav and I travelled to Japan with my parents, his parents and our two kids. We planned our 10 day trip during the Cherry Blossom season. This is was our second trip to Japan and we wanted our parents and kids to experience this fascinating country.

We started our trip in Tokyo and ended in Tokyo because Tokyo has many direct flights to Delhi from Air India, JAL and Air Nippon.

Here is how we planned our time

Itinerary for Japan

Day 1 Tokyo
Took the day flight, got in and visited the Tokyo Palace
Day 2 Tokyo Sunday
Being Sunday we went to Yoyogi-Goyen and Takashita Dori to see Cosplay and shop. Evening in Shibuya
Day 3 Head to Kyoto
See Arashimaya, Tenryu-ji
Day 4 Kyoto and back to Tokyo
Day tour of Kyoto and Ginkakuji Temple
Day 5 Trip to Nikko
Head to Nikko and back
Day 6 Kanazawa
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Day 8 Kanazawa
See the Kenrokuen garden
Day 9 Tokyo
See the new Tokyo Tower, Asakusa and Shinjuku Goyen
Day 10 Head out from Tokyo
Catch your flight out of Tokyo

How to get around Japan

We bought the 7 day 2nd class JR pass from jrpass.com. It was great value for money. Unlimited travel at $265/adults and $120/children. They shipped the passes to us before we left India. It took them 4 days after the order to deliver, so plan this early.

Where to stay in Tokyo

We stayed at an Airbnb in Shinagawa. It was really close to Shinagawa station, which is on the JR Yamanote line. This circular line covers a lot of the common sights in Japan and it was really convenient for us even though it was a little bit tight for all of us. The only complaint was it got loud in at night because it was next to an Izakaya.

https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/4917781

What to see in Tokyo

Here are our top things to see in Tokyo.

Day 1 in Tokyo

Tokyo Imperial Palace

Tokyo Imperial Palace

Eat at T’s Tan Tan Veggie Ramen at Tokyo Station. We are there 3 times.

This was a short day since we arrived in the afternoon. It took about 2 hours to get to the hotel using the Friendly Bus from Tokyo Airport.

We also used this tour to get acquainted with the city

East Gardens of the Imperial Palace

Day 2 in Tokyo

Get up early to see Tsukiji fish market to understand Japanese fascination with sea food

Tsukiji
Tsukiji Tuna
Tsukiji Fishmongers
Tsukiji Fishmongers
Tsukiji Picking octopus
Tsukiji Picking octopus
Tsukiji Octopus
Tsukiji Octopus

Next, see Takeshita-dori on a Sunday.

Takeshita-dori
Takeshita-dori

Go to the Harajuku station on JR line and walk down Takeshita street and then onto Omotesando.

See Kiddy land and buy a bunch of toys for the kids. Eat at Shakey’s Pizza right next door

Before heading off to Takeshita-dori consider seeing the Meiji Jingu shrine in Yoyogi park is great. We saw a wedding ceremony there.

yoyogi park wedding 3
yoyogi park wedding 3
yoyogi park wedding
yoyogi park wedding
yoyogi park wedding procession
yoyogi park wedding procession

Spend the night at Shibuya – shopping and eating and Seeing Hachiko.

Shibuya with family
Shibuya with family
Anya at Shibuya
Anya at Shibuya

Head to Kyoto the next day.

What to see in Kyoto

Here is what we saw:

Day 3 in Kyoto

  1. Arashimaya Bamboo forest
  2. Tenryu-ji
  3. Ginkakuji Temple
  4. Hishashimaya Geisha Village with wooden houses
  5. Kiy0misu-dera temple with a nice balcony over looking Kyoto

We took the Last Samurai tour of Kyoto. It was entertaining.

Here are some pictures of Kyoto from our trip to help you get a sense of the place. We start at Arashimaya and then move onto Tenryu-ji temple before moving on to Ginkakuji.

We found this detailed Guide to Kyoto by Japanesquest really useful to plan our trip to Kyoto

We headed back to Tokyo after two days here.

What to see in Nikko

We decided to spend a day in Nikko to see Toshogu – Japan’s most decorated shrine and the mausoleum of Tokugawa-Ieyasu. Both these sights were good to see and the day trip was fun.

Here are a few pictures from Nikko

Here is a detailed Guide to Nikko that we found helpful:

https://www.tsunagujapan.com/17-things-to-do-in-nikko-a-town-with-world-heritage-sites-surrounded-by-gorgeous-natural-sceneries/

What to see in Kanazawa

During the Edo Period, Kanazawa was the capital of the Maeda Clan. It was the second most powerful clan after the Tokugawa in terms of rice production and size of the kingdom. Kanazawa grew to become a town of great cultural achievements, rivaling Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo). You must see three things in Kanazawa:

  1. Kenroku-en National park: It is supposed to be one of the three great gardens of Japan. We went there because my father loves garderns.
  2. Kanazawa Castle
  3. Nagamachi – The old Samurai district
  4. Higashi chaya district: District with tea houses where Geisha’s perform

We took a day tour through Kanazawa to see its sights. Our guide was super helpful.

We stayed at the Holiday Inn Kanazawa sky. It had good breakfast and was convenient to sights.

Here are some photos of kenrokuen

Here are some Kanazawa city photos

Kanazawa samurai district photos

What to see in Tokyo before heading out

On Day 3 in Tokyo, we saw

  1. Shinjuku Goyen to see the Cherry blossoms
  2. Afternoon shopping in Shinjuku
  3. Senso-ji temple and shops in Asakusa
  4. Tokyo Sky tree Tower – shopping and dinner
  5. Spend 3 hours at Oedo-onsen in Tokyo. It was really refreshing and easy to get to.

In the end we just ran out of time. There is way too much to see in Japan. I’ve been there 8 times and I still look forward to going there.

Photos of Shinjuku goyen during cherry blossom season

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Diving in Mabul and Sipadan

 

Why go to Mabul and Sipadan

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Map of Mabul and Sipadan

How to get to Mabul

The only way to get there is to take a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Semporna. The airport is called Tawau. Its expensive to get here. See if you can use miles.

Delhi to Semporna and back was INR 60,000 in the summer of 2018. It got as low as INR 33000 in Nov 2018 using Price Graph on Google Flights.

It is often cheaper to fly into Kota Kinabalu and then take the USD 40 flight to Tawau and back.

What to do in Mabul and Sipadan

Diving and snorkelling in Mabul and Sipadan is out of this world. Mabul probably has the best macro diving in the world. Sipadan is a sea mount and you can see sharks on every dive. White tip, Nurse Sharks abound.

So where is mabul and how can you get there?

Mabul is on the sarawak island in Malaysia. The same island where you’ll find Kota kinabalu.

You can only get there by malaysian airlines from either kota kinabalu or from Kuala lumpur.

Kota kinabalu beach
Kota kinabalu beach

We stayed and dived with  with Scuba Junkie. They are a professional dive shop with really nice guides.

The Mabul island resort is very convenient for diving and snorkelling. Snorkelling even just off the Jetty is spectacular.

Mabul resort
Mabul resort
Ketaki at Mabul Island resort
Ketaki at Mabul Island resort
Mabul Resort walkway
Mabul Resort walkway

You can see schools of jack fish in the artificial reef just off the Jetty or tones of pipefish, trumpet fish, sea urchins, trevailly, parrotfish, sea snakes, etc in high density.

Snorkelling of the jetty in mabul
Snorkelling of the jetty in mabul
Showers on the jetty in Mabul
Showers on the jetty in Mabul
Sunset in Mabul
Sunset in Mabul

Turtle hatchery in Mabul

There is an amazing turtle hatchery in Mabul and we saw them releasing hundreds of baby turtles into the ocean on morning. It was an amazing sight. The kids loved every minute of it.

Mabul Turtle hatchery
Mabul Turtle hatchery
Mabul baby turtles close up
Mabul baby turtles close up
Mabul baby turtles close up
Mabul baby turtles close up
Mabul beach resort
Mabul beach resort

Diving in Sipadan

Here is a great video we found on youtube to show you why Sipadan is amazing. I unfortunately lost my camera while diving and lost all the footage.

Credit:http://www.facebook.com/scubazoo.tv

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The best first class airport lounge in the world

Just look at the pictures that follow. The best lounge in the world is the first class lounge close to gate 63 at the Hong Kong International airport. Its called the Pier.

Here’s why:

  1. It has a full service restaurant with a different menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  2. The bar is fantastic
  3. This being Asia, the service is exemplary
  4. They have day suites to sleep in
  5. They have clean and nicely appointed shower rooms
  6. They have a complementary massage service that you might actually be able to use
  7. The furniture is comfortable and stylish
  8. They have lots of power sockets!
  9. They have a nice collection of magazines and newspapers including Nat Geo, The Economist, CN Traveller, Bloomberg, FT, NYT,
  10. It is not crowded. Most people don’t make it out to gate 63 and stay at the first class lounge close to Gate 3 or Bridge lounge close to gate 30.

I should mention that the The Concorde Room is second on my list. It is British Airways’ lounge exclusively for its first class travelers at Heathrow Terminal 5. You can’t get in because of status on an airline you have to have a boarding pass with first class seats on it.

It is second because its smaller and its restaurant is not that good. It is also more crowded, and the choice of beverages is wanting. The summer time Gin festival sure is nice though.

The only US lounge worth writing about is the Quantas lounge at Los Angeles’ new Tom Bradley International Terminal. The have meeting rooms. Lots of seating and a small full-service restaurant and bar. Their grilled cheese sandwich is decadent and served with fries! Its death for lunch.

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