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Rainer Weiss, german publisher of Weiss Books

I am in Tel Aviv twice a week. Online. Telavivnotes mesmerized me.
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2017-07-12T10:34:14+00:00
I am in Tel Aviv twice a week. Online. Telavivnotes mesmerized me.

Daniel Haaksman, DJ from Berlin, music producer and journalist

When i read Telavivnotes, i get itchy feet and want to visit my favorite city.
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2017-07-12T10:33:01+00:00
When i read Telavivnotes, i get itchy feet and want to visit my favorite city.

Youtuber Sonja & Chris from the channel WIR SIND VEG

Telavivnotes describes the city as in our imagination: interesting, vibrant, diverse. Naomi has the talent to observe specific moments, reflect them and write about it in a vivid language. We are looking forward to discover this special city together with Naomi someday. Keep it up! Warm regards from Sonja & Chris
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2017-07-12T10:33:41+00:00
Telavivnotes describes the city as in our imagination: interesting, vibrant, diverse. Naomi has the talent to observe specific moments, reflect them and write about it in a vivid language. We are looking forward to discover this special city together with Naomi someday. Keep it up! Warm regards from Sonja & Chris

Gila Lustiger, german bestseller author living in Paris & Berlin

Naomi is a Tel Avivian by choice. This makes her blog so extraordinary. She knows and loves her city. She came as a political journalist to this corner of the world and became very fast aware, that the reality in the middle east is far more complex, colorful and exciting than the headlines in the news. A city like Tel Aviv can’t be reduced to the Middle East conflict. If you want to really know how young Tel Avivians live, what they are concerned about, where they hang out - read her blog. You will dive into the vibe of the city, learn where to take a yogalesson, to eat the best Hummus and drink a perfect Cappuccino.
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2017-07-12T10:35:10+00:00
Naomi is a Tel Avivian by choice. This makes her blog so extraordinary. She knows and loves her city. She came as a political journalist to this corner of the world and became very fast aware, that the reality in the middle east is far more complex, colorful and exciting than the headlines in the news. A city like Tel Aviv can’t be reduced to the Middle East conflict. If you want to really know how young Tel Avivians live, what they are concerned about, where they hang out - read her blog. You will dive into the vibe of the city, learn where to take a yogalesson, to eat the best Hummus and drink a perfect Cappuccino.
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