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al haderech (by the way)

By riva erez

al haderech (by the way)

By riva erez

riva erez

al haderech (by the way)

Active since: 2020

My travel blog “By the way” (or: Al haderech in Hebrew) is a cozy corner where I share the things I love most: photography, writing, wondering and wandering around the world. You can find here recommendations and stories about the trips I made with children, teenagers, as a couple and even alone.
I also love to write about my trips in Israel and especially in my home town- Jerusalem. A city that never stops surprising me…
So welcome to my blog. Please join me on my journey.

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I am...

I'm Riva, a mom, a travel blogger, a social worker and a psychotherapist. Despite the great differences between the fields, I always say that therapy is like an exciting journey. I really enjoy every

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i write about affordable vacations all over the world.

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My Audience

my readers are couples and famillies who love to travel and enjoy life.

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