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I'm so excited to be on my way to Israel tomorrow afternoon out of SFO! I will take off from SFO around 7:30pm on July 2, have a 9-hour layover in London, and land in Tel Aviv at 5:30am on July 4.
Everyone I know who's done Birthright has had an awesome experience, and I can't wait to share my stories with you!
I'll upload posts and photos here whenever I'm able! Shalom!
... Alcatraz to the right, and absolutely terrible facilities. That is the problem with hostels: there's always a drawback. This one had no power outlets in my room. But hey, I was in a serene area so it didn't matter.
To be honest my first few days produced little anecdotes. As much as I could go on about the endless delightful views seemingly around every corner (and who wants to hear that? You’ve already had it from my photos ...
... cervezas and some catching up.
It was about this time that I actually started researching and planning my trip. Might as well...I'll be breaking into Mexico in a month. Most of my day was spent in a coffee shop, reading Lonely Planet, playing with Google maps, and contracting an awesome computer virus. Woohoo!
That night it was all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink, and all-you-can-Jackie. Last time I saw Jackie Oh (one of the original ...
... from Kevin and saw some really precious photos. Kevin is painstakingly scanning and selecting photos collected from all the cousins and doing a book of the Cheung family and we are all looking forward to it.
Walking through Chinatown in the evening was quite an experience. Some big shops were still open and a group of musicians were performing Chinese music on the sidewalk.
... beautiful park. The girls laugh at me (Elisa) because one of my sneakers squeaks with every step and we say that this is the way we will not get lost. They laugh and laugh.
Then, we went to see one race of the America's Cup which was won by the New Zealand team. The village is open to everyone and because there was a lot of people and a great ambiance, we spent quite a lot of time ...
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