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... and a time to speak;
a time to love and a time to hate;
a time for war and a time for peace.
And so our vacation begins bitter sweet. Today, we will be mourning with all of Am Yisrael for the tragic deaths of Naftali, Gil-ad and Eyal. Tomorrow we will be in Disneyland.
I always keep in mind what Rabbi Besser taught us in high school. I don't remember which tragedy it was at the time that we were discussing ...
... and I don't think we even used them but Jim did insist!!!
Finally we were allowed through and managed to get a coffee. Our flight was delayed so we ended up with plenty of time to wait at the airport. We managed to find someone who rang Naor for us to let him know we'd be late in as he had insisted on picking us up in Tel Aviv.
Being met at the airport was lovely and it was great to see Naor again. He dropped us at our hostel which was much quieter than last ...
... me, but it was amazing! There was some doner kebab meat, fries, Turkish salad, humus and some other stuff on it. It really hit the spot.
Marta headed off and the three of us wandered around the town center for a bit and then walked back to Marta’s house. It was a beautiful day here, about 70 degrees and partly cloudy. It was a nice relaxing day to start out on before our hectic few days coming ...
... wifi in here and a computer and TV. One of the volunteers, Alberto from Brazil, made some beans and rice for all of e volunteers. With my feet soaking wet I happily ate some of he hot food. Shortly after eating though I went back to my room to go to bed. As I walked to my room and as I lay in bed I could hear trees breaking all around from the weight of the snow on the branches. At some point in the night the moshav lost power. As I walked to ...
... hills in the background was awesome! We then drove south to the River Jordan and were we took a quick dip. It was a very neat experience seeing people from all over the world getting baptised. Finally we drove south with views of Jordan and the West Bank fences surrounding us. It was an extremely busy day and we're sure we missed some things. We're exhausted and resting up for Jerusalem and the Dead Sea tomorrow. Love and miss you ...