Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Elisson sports a natty colander at the Carmel Shuk (Market) in Tel Aviv. (Photo courtesy of my friend Gary.)
The weather can be a bit on the warm side in Israel, especially if you choose, as we did, to visit in July.
As such, it’s a good idea to come prepared with a goodly supply of perforated headgear. Whether you cover your noggin for religious reasons or you’re simply trying to keep your shiny dome from suffering the ravages of a third-degree sunburn, you will never go wrong with a well ventilated metallic chapeau.
(You didn’t think I would go two entire weeks in an exotic foreign location without sticking a colander on my cruller, didja?)