A private room in a spacious sunny apartment in Tel Aviv city center!
The room is part of spacious apartment, located 3 minutes walk from the sea. It has a large and pleasant common living room and kichen.
The colorful Carmel market is right near by and so are some of the "coolest" cafes and bars in Tel Aviv. As you turn into the street, you get this amazing decent all the way down to the sea...
I am an Occupational Psychologist. My work involved counseling and assisting people who are out of work, find a new and better job or choose a more inspiring and fullfilling career path. I was born in South Africa and have been living in Israel for most of my life.
I live in Tel Aviv very near the sea. I have 2 daughters who also live in Tel Aviv and I meet up with them at least once a week for a meal, a drink, a swim etc.
I try to go for a swim in the sea every day the whole year round. I prefer the mornings when the sea and beach have a kind of freshness about them. Having said that, in the summer there is nothing like bodysurfig during late afternoon and early eveing into the sunset... .
I usually cycle to work and back and also for meetings aound town, errands etc. On the way back from work, I usually go through the Carmel Market which is very near, and get fruit, vegetables, fish, wine etc. I cook a light but hearty meal almost every evening. It could be a coconut curry, a noodle soup, a rice and beans stew, coscous etc. The food is enjoyed by myself, some times my daughters, a neighbor or a friend who has come by and whoever is in the flat at the time... .
I also practice my own kind of yoga and play bass guitar in a band called "Midlife Crisis". I listen to a lot of music. At the moment I am listening obsesisvely to "Tortoise" and "Sparkle horse". I am kind of "a friendly guy" around the neighborhood and spend time chatting to people I know on the street about this and that, what's new, etc.
Over the last few years I have had people stay in the flat with me for lenghs of time varing from one week to 3 months. They were usually nonpaying guests - family members or friends of my daughters visiting from abroad.
I can say with confidece that they enjoyed their stay very much, spending time on the sunny front belcony, the beach, the market, eating authentic Hommus at local restaurants as well as occasionally my cooked food.