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... such knowledge and patriotism of her country and culture. All I can think is there is so much to learn from others and I am so blessed to be able to travel to so many different places, talk with so many different people, and learn more and more about the world.
A wonderful day with the most wonderful people :-)
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"Life for me these days is a lot about letting the unknown be wonderful." - Anne Hathaway
... a group. Benj gave us the orientation rundown for a couple hours and included a tour of the Moshav so that we would learn everything from the shekel tally system for laundry to the forbidden fruit in his personal garden (he did say that we could eat from every other tree, though) to the "modesty kit" we will occasionally need to bring on field trips (it turned out to be just pants, no flip-flops, and no tanks).
This afternoon, we ...
... walk to Mitcham HaRakevet, a new shopping area built in an old train station, to enjoy some free time on the town.
Thursday morning we were fortunate enough to be joined by 9 Israeli teens who are participants in the Diller Teen Fellows program. After some icebreakers and get-to-know-you games, they joined us for our morning programs, where we split into our tracks - the digital media track went to the Weizmann Institute, where some of ...
... but now I've met many nice Arab people).
Tonight at 5pm we will take a walk through Tel Aviv's Old Town followed by a visit to the Carmel Market. Commonly referred to as a "shuk" , this type of outdoor market is the oldest model for food shopping in the Holy Land. It will have local fruits and vegetables, cheeses, nuts, spices, etc.
Tomorrow is start out for Nazareth.
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