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Travel Blogs from Galilee
... by the usual gathering of tour buses. At the river, a party of Arab schoolkids sat, half-listening to their teacher and waving at the Jordanian soldiers just a few metres away across the river. The children looked bored until a party of Russian pilgrims entered the water in special, plastic, Baptism cloaks which, when they emerged again, clearly showed which of the female pilgrims had failed to wear either a swimming costume or bra underneath. The ...
Shehekeyanu (which many people did not know). After that we got to our kibbutz.
My roommates were the kid who had the issue at border control who we nicknamed
Passport Zach since there were 4 Zachs on the trip and this Israeli named Udi.
I didn't see Udi much during the 3 days at the kibbutz.
After dinner we had some icebreakers and then a few of us stayed out drinking until 1ish or
... from the rocket zone anyway. So I wasn't worried. But now, I've been here just a few hours and I just found out there was a car bombing in Tel Aviv today. Apparently, it was a mafia hit that had additional casualties. I'm certainly not used to stuff like this, but I'll still be just ...
... the president of JUC. A: He's a pretty awesome guy. B: I had so much more desert than you did. C: No I'm not seriously considering it, but it would be sweet beyond words to come do a masters degree here.
And that was going to be pretty much it. Where I inserted my news flash it was about 9:35 and I was going to wrap things up, say g'nite, and go to sleep. Instead it's 11:50 and yours truly is fixing to be a tired puppy, but so worth it. So I'm sitting ...
... sup>th century B.C. because it was a very strategic location. It lies at one of the key entrances to the Jezreel Valley (1 Kings 9:15).