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And the sea in Abkhazia is considered the cleanest on the entire Black Sea coast, and the air with a pine-cypress aroma is very useful. However, if a lot has already been written about the beauties of Abkhazia, then they are reluctant to write about those small difficulties that tourists can wait when visiting the former “Soviet Riviera”.
In this article we will try to tell you about Abkhazian surprises that are best avoided so that the trip leaves only pleasant memories.
Some surprises will by no means be surprises for those who have already rested in the Caucasus and are familiar with the Caucasian mentality. This means – one should not be rude, provoke local residents with too frank clothes, and in no case should humiliate national dignity.
Abkhazia has its own peculiarity – residents of remote mountain villages are not spoiled by tourism and show real, disinterested Caucasian hospitality. Continue reading
Freedom is felt in other cities. But in the Holy Land there are taboos that are better not to break.
Wearing indecent clothing in religious neighborhoods
At the entrance to the religious quarters of Israeli cities there are warning signs: “It is forbidden to enter with an organized tourist group and in indecent clothing.” Ultra-Orthodox Jews are extremely negative about t-shirts, shorts, short skirts and a neckline. For tourists who want to see with their own eyes the focus of Israeli color and feel the atmosphere of the pre-war European ghetto, there is a dress code.
Dress code in the religious quarters of Israeli cities
Men should be in long trousers, a shirt and closed boots, always with a covered head. Women need to close their knees and elbows. Pants and, especially, jeans are not suitable: in a religious quarter you can only wear a wide skirt that covers your knees, a loose shirt or sweater with long sleeves. Clothing should not emphasize the figure. An unmarried woman is supposed to walk with her head uncovered, but long hair needs to be bundled. If a woman is married, a scarf should be on her head. Continue reading
Employees of the airline claim that they are able to achieve this through the use of enhanced security measures.
The airline “El Al” (El Al, אל על) was founded on November 15, 1948. Translated from Hebrew, its name means “up.” Despite the laconicism, the slogan “El-Al” sounds loudly: “This is not just airlines. This is Israel! ”Indeed, the history of the carrier has evolved almost since the founding of the state. The harsh security system, which frightens many passengers, was not formed in one day – this was preceded by many negative events related to the political situation in the world and the national identity of the airline.
The process of checking in for a flight at the airport of departure Continue reading