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... to stay with my lovely aunt uncle and cousins and raided their kitchen often (sorry!) I wondered aimlessly in Jerusalem and did a little teul to the Golan with my consoling knee partner in crime, till I met up with my dear brother and the other person I owe my existence to. we did a little teul (trip) to Haifa and tel aviv, celebrated lag bohomar and Jerusalem day, had shabbat with Mennonites, and played some very intense games of loot, ...
... other travellers arriving in the middle of the night, I was quite tired. What didn't help was the tour guide who spoke very fast and seemed to make English words up as he went along if he was unsure of them. He seemed to have lots of funny stories to tell about the city and his life but I'll be damned if I understood half of them. After over three hours of walking around with him and the group, I struggled to stifle my yawns so as soon as it ...
... and actions dotted around the
city which we never get to the bottom of. J :-)
After the walk we decide to embark on part of the journey towards Poznan, where we
will meet our first visitor, Terry. We drive to Leszno and park up in Tesco car
park for the night. The next day, we venture into Leszno where we wander
looking for a café in the sun with wifi. We can’t find one, so settle instead
for a café with no outdoor area and no wifi. Here, ...
... exciting to hear that someone believes in me that much. He told me that he wants to take me under his wing and guide me. It is an overwhelming feeling. I always knew that I wanted to live and work in Europe, and show in galleries all over the world but I am now realizing how much that means I would have to sacrifice to do it. When you are little, you have these dreams but when you are older you realize how important family is, and ...
... Madonna has been a major pilgrimage site for hundreds of years. There are many cultural and religious treasures held within these walls. I learned many new things on the tour . One of the things that I found very poignant is the votive gifts. Around the walls near the Shrine, there are all sorts of rosaries, plaques, silver hearts, etc. these are known as votive gifts and are left by people who have been healed or received other interventions through ...