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TripAdvisor Reviews Bayit Bagalil Galilee
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... after or last day in the field I'm feeling quite accomplished and proud that we've done our best to help out the farmer. We now have a couple of hours to rest and pack up before the bus comes. The owner came to speak to us just before we leave giving us another 'I Love Arava' tshirt and some icy poles and ice creams to reward our hard work. Sitting on the bus on the way to Tel Aviv for our free weekend I am reflecting on what was a great week, and a once in a lifetime ...
... remembered in one of the few days we met in Jerusalem that I said to her, in a rather tired and careless state, that we are both polar opposite as well as uncannily similar. It's really quite hard to articulate fully in words but something just clicked between us in an unwritten sort of way. We've changed and we've changed each other. Anyway, Orna is a very gregarious person and the more I spent time with her, the more I saw her talents unfold ...
... able to
take water directly from the spring and drink it as it was extremely
clear and clean water. The water issue in Israel was pretty bad for
years, but recently they have started to use technology to reuse waste
water so that they don’t rely on nature as much as others. In addition
to the water there is an old fortress that was ...
... two grandsons weren't due back home for another five days after spending two years in New York. All told, there were 25 of us, and there would have been 34 if the other two families weren't travelling. Once everyone was settled and Yossi had made a short speech of welcome, we each ate a slice of apple dipped in honey. This start to the Rosh Hashanah meal stems from an ancient tradition of eating sweet things at the start of this meal to express hope for a sweet ...
... We were only 1/2 mile out of Syria when visiting here. It was pretty striking to know we were so close to the civil war occurring across the border in Syria. It is common to hear machine gun fire and bombings from Syria--we didn't hear any today. Our Israeli guide told us about the wars of 1967 and 1973 which occurred right where we were. The mountain is a dormant volcano. It was rather erie to be so close to war. It was pretty eye-opening ...