Zippori Village Country Cottages
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... law school on the museum cafe. I was pretty worn out, and it was great to have 45 minutes to sit and read - in a room with air conditioning no less. We walked back to the hotel, rested, and then cleaned up for Havdallah Shabbat, the closing of Shabbat, Saturday evening. The first activity of the evening was an interesting one: people in our group who had not yet been Bar Mitzvot were given the opportunity to do so. We held a very abbreviated version of ...
... the prism rod on the spots we were measuring for distance and height. It was just like being at Ashkelon again, following my supervisor around taking bucket and unit heights. Even down to discussing architecture. But I'll get to that. I began by moving dirt and switched between that and turiya-ing and laying sandbags. After breakfast, Caroline and I started to work on a new square that was opened in an ...
... ice cream in the midst of socializing . . .LOL
One of the places we stopped at in town was the Tut-Neyar Paper Mill. The mill is run as a small family business by Timma and Izhar Neumann (Monise any relation?). They make all of their products by hand using mainly the inner bark of the Paper Mulberry ...
... out hands. We the. Drank 3 cups of like ridiculous tea/coffee & then went into the desert to self reflect and connect as a group. It was a really spiritual activity. I never felt as alone as I felt standing by myself in the middle of the desert. After that we all huddled into out stupid borrowed sleeping bags in a communal tent and got a few hours of ...
... The most impressive things within the complex were all the works of art depicting Mary and Jesus. They had been sent from countries all over the world to give their own adaptation of how it looks to them. Of course, USA’s artwork was more in-your-face than anyone else’s, but I’ve come to expect that.
We walked through the market for a bit, saw the White Mosque (briefly) ...