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... and reading good books. When I last wrote, we were in Olympus, just beginning our cycling adventure. And what an adventure it was. We trailed through Finike, Kos and eventually to Fethiye. Travelling by bike, pushing bikes up hill and buses when we'd just had enough, we made it safe and sound. I am sad to say that by Fethiye we felt we had done enough to know that we would do it at home, but not enough to believe we should keep going. The terrain along ...
... flowers and music to bring smiles on the faces of the residents.
Next we went to the center of Tel Aviv, where we enjoyed some free time during lunch at the Carmel Marker and Nahalat Binyamin arts fair. Teens were able to see ...
... is very little colour. - our tour guide, Tali, whilst Jewish, seemed to have a broad view of the issues in Israel. She did, however, lit it slip that she thought that the Palestinians would not be able to govern themselves as well as Israel does now. - all Israeli's must serve a period of national service (2 years for girls and 3 for boys) from the age of 18. At the Western Wall we saw a large group of these national service personnel and most were carrying large machine ...
... women and 3 for men. He said that when he served in the army, he would have to
do raids in the occupied territories and that it was horrible. He said he
wished no one would have to do that. I really liked hearing him talk- it put a
lot of the rhetoric we have been hearing in perspective.
We stopped at a small town between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
for lunch. I had a really greasy pastry with cheese and feta in it. It tasted
... br> Enjoying a lovely barbeque and catch up I was taken back to the airport after a week's long travel. Once again I was subjected to many questions, and ranked 5/7 on the security risk scale, but after few real problems I headed through into the departure lounge, where after a proper Granny wave I met up with Tim and Wendy from my Petra tour again, telling them all about my day with my aunty, and ...