Palestine

Palestine and it’s people have left a mark As with the way in, you need to give yourself plenty of time to get out of Palestine, across the Allenby Bridge and back to the airport to catch your flight, whether that is out of Tel Aviv or Amman. But the morning was a last chance …Continue Reading…

Mentoring truly inspirational companies in Rammala is an honour 4 days in and I discover there’s bacon on the menu in the Movenpick Rammala!! And the chef made a really mean bacon, mushroom and cheese omellete. However, based on the long days, I had started accompanying this protein fest with some mini pain au chocolat …Continue Reading…

Respect for my Arab counterparts was growing After 3 days of semi fasting, my respect for my Arab counterparts was growing! It wasn’t the lack of food so much as not being able to drink water. I usually consume about 4-5 litres a day and a couple of sneaky glasses in the kitchen area wasn’t …Continue Reading…

Palestine for a bit of a jolly I thought! Wrong!! Up early to get breakfast in. It was assumed that there wasn’t much chance of getting any food during the day so stocking up at brekkie was the idea. As it was the middle of Ramadan, there was literally nothing open from a cafe/coffee shop/ …Continue Reading…

Ever been to Palestine? No. Want to go? Ok! I am all for trying new things and will usually say yes or OK to most things. Hence the headline of this blog post is taken from the conversation I had with Scot from T2VC. After seeing a presentation of mine, he saw the value of …Continue Reading…