Digital Donkeys

We’ve brought you a number of diverse posts on WiFi opportunities for travelers, but the digital enabled donkeys is a first. An Israeli historical re-enactment village is now offering WiFi service for tourists at their Kfar Kedem attraction in the hills of Galilee.

The historic park’s operators have equipped five of their thirty donkeys with WiFi routers to encourage younger tech-minded travelers to get more involved in the unique environment.

Can the WiFi camel at the Pyramids be far behind?

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