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Today we had a day trip to Ramallah, the de facto capital of the Palestinian Authority.
Here we met with Sahar Francis, director of Addameer, an organization that advocates for political prisoners in Israeli and Palestinian prisons. Much of what she had to say confirmed yesterday's presentation by Slawa Douaibis and Gerard Horton. There seems to be a surreal disjunction between midnight raids, torture, and ...
... side of the Wadi for example was awesome, and despite early reservations, I think the kindness showed to us by the Bedouin people was about as genuine as it gets. Two young kids on a donkey in the middle of nowhere, likely on the way back from town selling whatever they can get their hands on pretty much epitomises the hardship that these people have to deal with. Relatively, Minnie made the off-roading look easy.
The holiday took a bit of a turn for the ...
... and more advanced than Al Quds. It's insane to me. And everyone says the US has money. The city like the people were beautiful. I really liked the looks of it. The beach was awesome there were people running outside, I wore a sundress. It was really great. We spent the evening walking around the new part of the city and then at night we wanted to experience Tel Aviv nightlife. That was a fail, but really I was okay with that. I might be a grandma but no normal human being ...
... that I will come to know very well as we spend the next 5 months together. Whilst I am nervous about the situation I am still optimistic that I will come to love my group as family very quickly. Surely enough in the week to come we have already started bonding and are becoming more familiar with each other. Little did we know we had a full day ahead of us.. We went through tunnels that are 2000 years old to arrive at ...
... and running water. Anyway, I later returned to the main town and wondered the old souq and around the old city. Got back to the hostel at 4pm and at 5pm I left for an hammam which dates backs for centuries. I had little idea of what I was doing but I didn't really care either. Here there was a steam room, followed by an exfoliating scrub, a cleansing wash and then an oily massage. This was to widen ...
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Emil Habibi Street, Ramallah | Hotelfrom $143