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On 4th of July morning we made our way to Kiryat Gat which is Chicago's sister city. They help fund an English speaking summer camp for disadvantaged children - Camp Kefiyada. We played sports and 4th of July themed games with the kids. Several Chicago teens spend 5 weeks here working as camp counselors.
Falafel for lunch.
In the …
... asleep at this point we assured him that
it was fine that we missed it and headed back to the house in Ramot.
Getting back about 3:30am we were starving and spread out a feast of
bread, onions and hummus and ate about a ton of food before climbing into bed.
I was devastated that I'd be leaving Israel that night - especially
since Ramot was wonderful but there was no help for it! Morocco awaited!
... a respectful manner. My cousin and his wife were welcoming, friendly and easy to talk to, and despite the respectful nature of our conversation, little progress was made by either side as to convincing the other was right. While I never expected to change his opinions in the slightest, I did make it a goal to try and get a full picture of his philosophies regarding the area. It was a very weird situation. Looking down at the surrounding Arab villages, I asked if ...
The following day we were off early after a quick breakfast. We headed to a national park called Banias Springs. I was really surprised to see so much green in such a dry country. This first thing I notice when we got there was a fig tree which I immediately began to scavenge for ripe figs while everyone else gathered to hear the tour guide. With a mouthful of fig I joined the group to hear about how this place was a place of worship dedicated to Greek/Roman/Pagan gods. It had also ...
... who managed to turn around Israel's position and mount an offensive when Israel was outnumbered 1 to 10. There is a book written about this called "The Heights of Courage" that tells the story in detail. We then went to Har Bental, to get a better understanding of Israel's border with Syria. Check out some of the pictures and their explanations. After the seriousness of the morning, we had a sweeter afternoon, beginning with ...