We're spoiled. Everywhere we go, we expect to be able to connect to the Internet. The managers of Israeli theme park Kfar Kedem realized that they too would need to add wi-fi to the park's list of attractions if they wanted to keep tourists coming.
But Kfar Kedem isn't your average theme park. It's designed to provide a biblical experience to visitors. Set in the Galilee, it gives people a glimpse of what life might have looked like in the days of Abraham and Jacob.
Naturally, wi-fi hotspots don't quite fit into the biblical scenery. So the park's management came up with an interesting solution: outfit the area's donkey's with routers, as the Huffington Post reports. What could be better or smell worse than mobile donkey hotspots?
At least we won't have to give up our precious Internet access!