Hotel Ness Ziona
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... such knowledge and patriotism of her country and culture. All I can think is there is so much to learn from others and I am so blessed to be able to travel to so many different places, talk with so many different people, and learn more and more about the world.
A wonderful day with the most wonderful people :-)
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"Life for me these days is a lot about letting the unknown be wonderful." - Anne Hathaway
... place t that time. It becomes more and more harrowing, the imaginatively-displayed materials - photos, documents, personal possessions and so on - being interspersed with audio-visual displays, often filmed recollections from some of the witnesses and survivors. The place was quite busy, but the only sounds came from the displays themselves. Everyone present in that place seemed to be quite over-awed by the experience, and were generally ...
... exploring the caves that overlook the ocean with beautiful scenes of ocean waves crashing into the rocks. We also learned about the history of the place and the strategic importance it served as a railway during the British Mandate. After Rosh Hanikra, we returned to the hostel for dinner, played some fun games, and got a much needed good night's sleep.
Tuesday morning we left Akko and split into our tracks. The social action track began a ...
... they know. The current generation of Israeli kids thinks "rockets" and "violence" when they think of Palestinians, because that's all they know. When another tour member asked what the kids are being taught in school, and if it supports the ideas of hatred or love, the guide was very much the politican and joked that the teachers are on strike so much the kids don't learn anything in schools. This is the first part that saddens me. We always read on the news that kids ...
... but now I've met many nice Arab people).
Tonight at 5pm we will take a walk through Tel Aviv's Old Town followed by a visit to the Carmel Market. Commonly referred to as a "shuk" , this type of outdoor market is the oldest model for food shopping in the Holy Land. It will have local fruits and vegetables, cheeses, nuts, spices, etc.
Tomorrow is start out for Nazareth.