Abigail and Eli once lived in Tel Aviv. Abigail was a marketing director for a large international company. One fine day, they realized that they did not have time to live. Everything was taken away by work. The couple left everything and went to South America. They adopted their only child and returned to Israel, looking for a place where they could put down roots and live with the meaning. Where you can walk barefoot on the ground, manage a farm, build a house, welcome guests, bake bread. So, they bought unfinished wooden houses and turned them into a guest complex. They made their dream a reality by doing what they love: hospitality. For breakfast, Abigail bakes traditional Moroccan bread, frena. Its recipe is simple: flour, yeast, and water—no need to knead. Just stir with a spoon and leave for 24 hours. Then bake in the oven.