a must when visiting Berlin.
The Jewish Museum in Berlin
The JewishWanderer.com is about sharing and caring
and it all started during my trips as a travel writer.
Often in my free time I would visit synagogues
and cemeteries. Soon, I was setting up interviews with community
leaders in destinations where the Jewish community’s resilience
in continuing their religious convictions, was a brave and courageous
In Tunis’s bazaar, I met a Jewish jeweler
who was the only Jew in the entire huge marketplace – few
Jews, he told me, had remained in this North African country. In
Papeete, Tahiti, while studying the city map, I noticed the word
‘synagoga’ and sure enough there was one.
Moscow, Djerba, Marrakech, Bangkok, Mumbai, Delhi,
are only a few destinations where I found friendly people who either
invited me to their homes or their synagogues, often asking me to
meet their family and share a meal.
JewishWanderer.com always seems to find a place
where we can discover our ancestry and history.