We landed in Tel-Aviv after a stopover in Istanbul.
The immigration officer, flipped through our passports. Raised the eyebrow and asked, “You visited Saudia Arabia. When? How long were you there? Please go over there. We waited for like close to 2 hours.
We proceeded quickly to the Old Town of Jaffa for a very very late lunch.
Our first hummus. And many more delicious ones to come on this trip.
By the time we finished, it was just enough time to do our Jama Takhir of Dzuhr and Asr. We stayed for Maghrib. It was a nice beautiful quaint masjid called the Masjid Al-Bahr (the Sea Mosque), named because it was overlooking the harbour. It was built in the 16th Century during the Ottoman.
We then took a stroll at the seaside area. Noticed the people here in Tel Aviv are on the edgy side towards us.
What was sad, when I reviewed the pictures, the dark background could have possibly been Gaza. And the fish that we were served.