PHOTOS | Tel Aviv, city of dogs, caged children, French and electric bikes

TelAviv_dogs_park

I have already written how gay friendly Tel Aviv is. Tel Aviv is most certainly the LGBT-hotspot of Israel and the Middle East. But I observed other odd phenomena in The Bubble.

Who let the dogs out?

‘Everyone’, it seems, has a or more dogs in Tel Aviv. I’m not talking about stray dogs, but domestic specimens. As a result, you see many inhabitants waling their dog(s). Cave canem.

Behind bars

I saw this on my last day in The Bubble and it’s brilliant. Why transporting children in a Max-Cosi if you can put them behind bars?

TelAviv_bars

Pardon my French

Harder to show in pictures, but these pรฉtanque players spoke French. Many people in Tel Aviv do. So watch your mouth, sacrebleu!

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It’s electrifying

Bicycles are very popular in Tel Aviv. As are steps. But specifically bikes and steps of the electric persuasion.

Beware of them. As a pedestrian, you don’t hear, except when they are using their bell for you to make way. Because users of these electric vehicles are ruthless, shameless and careless.

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