In Israel, even the donkeys have Wi-fi. Beginning this week, donkeys in the historical Galilee park of Kfar Kedem ("Village of Yore"), where children experience authentic village life during the biblical era, have been upgraded. Each donkey is now equipped with its own wireless router. In between learning ancient techniques for spinning wool, pressing olives or milking goats, visitors can check-in on Foursquare from the back of an ass. According to the park''s founder, Menachem Goldberg "take some pictures. You want to change your picture on Facebook- you can do it". Learn more about Kfar Kdem here


Be the first to know - Join our Facebook page.

Relevant to your professional network? Please share on Linkedin
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this blog article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official position or viewpoint of The Jerusalem Post. Blog authors are NOT employees, freelance or salaried, of The Jerusalem Post.

Think others should know about this? Please share