(Last Updated On: 17/02/2017)
As you could see in my last post I had a wonderful time in Jisr az Zarqa
– a forgotten Arab town located on the picturesque shore of the Mediterranean Sea. During my stay there I experienced an incredible hospitality of local people
and felt very welcomed. Everyone was curious of me, everyone was trying to interact with me and get to know me. Since I was the very first guest of the newly opened Juha’s Guesthouse
I was treated like someone very important by the whole community. My time there was full of smiles and laughs. Teenagers wanted to show me around, fishermen invited me for a coffee, I had a delicious dinner with a local family… Thanks to all these people my time in Jisr az Zarqa was so unforgettable
and so this post is all about them. Let me show you some incredible people that made my time in Israel so special!
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I stayed in amazing Juha’s Guesthouse in Jisr az Zarqa – a place with the incredible history that really is making a huge difference to the local community. You can book your stay there here!
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Note: My trip to Jisr az Zarqa was in partnership with Tourist Israel and Juha’s Guesthouse. As always I’m keeping it real and all opinions are 100% mine.
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