by Kayla Robbins, Career Israel participant
Whether you’ve lived here for 15 years or are visiting for the week, Tel Aviv exudes a unique personality that is both gleefully intoxicating and unnervingly independent. It is a hub of opportunity with a bubble of limited access. It is a metropolitan epicenter and a little-big city. A city that never sleeps and could be a country of its own.
There are pros and cons to every city, every town, every village in the world. No one place is universally flawless or disastrous. I’ve lived in Tel Aviv for two months now, and I thought I’d share some of my experiences from the light and the dark sides of my stay.