Kfar Kedem is a historic park in northern Israel that promises to take visitors back 1,000 to 2,000 years to biblical times. You can thresh grain there, don old fashioned robes, press oil from fresh olives, ride the rolling hills on donkeys, and as of recently, you'll also get great 4G access.
That's because Kfar Kedem recently turned five of the park's 30 donkeys into historically inaccurate, living, walking, Wi-Fi hotspots.
"Our village has 30 donkeys, and we’ve equipped the first five with wireless routers that are attached to the donkey’s body,” the park's founder, Menachem Goldberg, told the Times of Israel. “In the future we’ll consider equipping all of the donkeys with the necessary apparatuses as necessary.”
It may sound strange, but if you think about it, donkeys have been helping people with their work for thousands of years.
The Wi-Fi-equipped donkeys wear a router around their necks in what looks like a little feed pouch to keep the historical vibe going, according to the Associated Press.