New York on Monday

This was one of the craziest trip that I have taken. I flew out on Sunday night to New York for the two days IESG retreat meeting and flew back home on Wednesday night. What was common to the two flights besides being long transatlantic red-eyes was the fact that both landings were with almost zero visibility. New York welcomed me with a thick morning fog which made impossible the classical view of the Manhattan skyline, while in Tel Aviv a sandstorm reduced visibility to a few meters. The El Al pilots were probably less impressed than I was.

Highway #1 near Tel Aviv on Thursday