Almog Holiday Village
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After a nice relaxing day yesterday, it was time to get our hands dirty. Ahead of us was a full day of volunteering where we would be cleaning up and painting old run down apartments for those who can not or afford to get their apartments cleaned (nor can they do it themselves). Volunteering was initially meant to go from 9am - 7pm!! But thankfully it ended up only being from 10:30am - 5:00pm, still a long day. ...
We got our first budget of independent living - 30 shek per person each day. My room decided to combine our budget and then we made a meal plan for this short week. Tonight dinner: spaghetti bolognese Tomorrow dinner: stir fry Ash and I went to the supermarket to do our first shop and get all the ingredients and living essentials we need to kick start independent living :) Otherwise for the most part of today we have free time to do whatever we ...
We have arrived in Be'er Sheva! We start with lunch and a quick debrief from Elkana then find out our rooms! I am really happy with my room as it is quite a mixed group of people who all get along great. This afternoon is pretty much chill time to settle in and tonight we are all making a BBQ for dinner as a ...
•The park has a small hill in the centre of it ,the Besor Spring emerges at the foot of it,creating a warm water pool.( 1 Samuel 30:9 )During WW 1, Australian soldiers found a Byzantine church mosaic here , now on display at the war memorial in Canberra.Shades of the Elgen Marbles?Kelvin walked us upto this hill before we left, it is known as the Shal'lal Memorial.There was a battle here I think in WW1,but ...
... how big these things were. They also have wedding wine for sale in their souvenir shop! There was time for a sit down for 15 minutes and then onto the bus to go back to the college. After dinner the three of us walked down the hill to the American Colony and had a cocktail. What a pleasant oasis it was behind its brick wall! We almost had a fit when we looked at the menu and saw the prices. You would expect they would be in USD but in fact they were in shekels. ...