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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
... was coming and going, praying and chanting; bobbing and swaying, children were running around; it was a very happening place! As I had not eaten all day, the smell of Shabbat dinner was enough to make me swoon. This group of Yad Vashemniks seems very different from our raucous bunch. Every one of them that I met was very religious; I had dinner sitting with a very interesting Franciscan friar. Ah well, to each his own. I am very tired, so Ciao for ...
... that is a pre-requisite for a future state. IPCRI has most recently been involved in projects focused on climate change research in the Jordan Valley, agriculture in Gaza, water and sanitation in the northern West Bank, and solar energy in villages south of Hebron, improving Palestinian agricultural export abilities and increasing domestic food production through aquaponics.
Since its inception, the Environment Department has secured ...
He then asked me "who do you know in Israel?" once again being slap happy I responded "you mean all the men who hooted, hollered, and checked me out while being here?".... "wait what" responded.".... "nothing never mind"... "no no tell me again" and so I did. "O all those bad boys he responded back." He then gave me the clear to go though security with a clear :)
Chantal got the same man for questioning as he knew we ...
... by Monday morning. We shall see how It works once I get back (work is also the hard spot to.)
Eli and I have been hanging out a lot and I really enjoy getting to know her better. She is much like me and has the same heart, and has been showing me more of the city. Yesterday she joined me to the city at night and watched me street preform. I brought my Poi (ball on strings) and lite them up and did my thing and everyone was ...
... something I really needed, as my whole body was sore from the holes in the roads.
The flights till India went well and I hope the rest will also go as planned.
This project was different from the one in February, when I taught two weeks in one place. I loved the professional work I could do and all the learners were warm and kind to me. The fact that very few speak English made my time in the evenings up country rather lonely.