Hotel Beit Maimon
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... pretty tired anyway and not much in the mood for a hard party. We went to a dance club / bar in downtown Jerusalem, which was soon filled solely by our Birthright group and another from Argentina. I had a drink and then went outside and hung out with our group leaders for the duration. The two leaders from the Bay Area have been to Israel multiple times and keep coming back. Zack is a citizen. They all have really profound connections with the country, and we ...
... breakfast, I worked on moving dirt out of an area that recently opened up inside the building. I moved a lot and had plenty of help. My supervisor also taught me how to measure out a square on a site that does not use a grid system (Ashkelon uses a grid system). It's basic geometry and was pretty fun to learn. After learning this, I laid sandbags around the edges of the square that was measured out. This is also had to learn.
... They had only been working a week and a half before they were evacuated. Among them was a friend from college, Gabby; it was great to see her again and see that she was doing alright. The kibbutz served an interesting dinner of hotdogs, Israeli side dishes, rice and fruit. Pretty different and to some rather scanty, but I guess that's life on a kibbutz for ya. We'll see in the next ...
... the rock of Golgotha.
We continued to the Jewish Quarter which is much quieter and cleaner than other parts of the city. We had hoped to visit a synagogue but it was closed. After a coffee we made our way towards the Western or Wailing Wall. Because of the Passover Holidays there were a lot of groups celebrating Bar Mitzvah and we listened to the music and singing as they made their way to the wall.
Kayla and I went in the women's section ...
... for 50% off to boot. The mall was bustling with shoppers getting ready for shabbat. We had a nice dinner at home, and relaxed.
Today we went to Zichron Yaakov, south of Haifa. This is where there are some wineries, Carmel and Tishbi for sure. It was very busy with Purim festivities in the street, run by the Scouts. Annette was happy. Now we are home and having tea and hamantashen. Till next time.