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... of the Carmel Market, the meat and fish section to boot!! We got used to it. It felt very safe – it should have done being behind 3 locked doors and barred windows!
The first day was a rest day, after travelling 12 hours the previous day AND it was forecast to reach 42C – they were wrong, it topped out at 43C! So we recce'd said market and the beach which was only 5 short blocks away.
Next day it was off early for our tour ...
... that house Israeli snipers whose presence exact fear on average, everyday citizens. I wonder if you can see this wall from the window of your home. Does it color your view like the rolling green hills or the flower beds in your garden or the olive trees that so distinctly mark Palestine? I wonder if you can imagine a world where one day you and your 8 siblings can travel without the military checkpoints and be allowed to visit places outside ...
... I feel like it is simply hopeless. These two groups
will never live together in peace because they see themselves as the victim and
will not give in.
Next we drove to Tel Aviv to meet with two more groups. The
first was Shurat HaDin Israel Center, a place that works to try to stop money
from flowing to terrorist groups. Apparently they are really controversial and
a lot of the other students were really upset after ...
... himself. Apparently there was a prophecy by the Baha’ullah’s son and successor, `Abdu'l-Bahá, made about Haifa in 1914. He proclaimed that Haifa would be a major port, and there would be a beautiful garden created above it. His followers made that part of his vision a reality.
The gardens are lovely, and the views magnificent, and for a while the weather cooperated by providing full winter sun. It’s a very nice place to wander down. ...
... a good-ole-campfire night. A couple amateur spies came down from the Moshav to try to scare us, but we caught them at it due to the crunchy twigs to which they seemed magnetically attracted.
In the morning, we compared sleep quality and lazily packed up some of camp. I slept like a satisfied sloth--or something along those lines--but Lindsay, Kailey, Jenny, and Mishaela all froze in the hammocks and ended up relocating or even ...