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... that has the best hummus in the country. I'm going to have to check that out sooner than later. This week was my second week of work and things are starting to pick up. In the past couple of days I've been writing scripts for future video blogs about fashion items and beauty and health products. It's been fun to get creative and pour some of my humor into the scripts. I hope you guys get it :P I've also been editing our Pinterest page, ...
... which was my planned first site to visit.....
Nevertheless I jumped on my plane to Tel Aviv on the Saturday morning, ignoring all the worries of my work colleagues and family, and once again grabbing my free newspaper at Luton Airport and feeling like a complete pro. The flight was ONLY 5 hours on easyJet, so as you can tell I was thoroughly entertained the whole time - but luckily the view of the ...
In 3 days, we're off to yet another adventure in Japan.
But as things never go smoothly, I've got a nasty cold (darn it!), plus, yesterday we saw on the news that yet ANOTHER typhoon is expected in Tokyo in the upcoming days (and that's after a super-typhoon hit Osaka while we were there last time), but hopefully I'll get better soon and the typhoon fades away.
Fingers crossed... . ...
... of Maale Adumim as "the end to the 2 state solution" because it splits the West Bank. While I don't necessarily understand enough about the area to say whether the action of developing the land is right or wrong, even if it's wrong, I do know Gaza is already split from the West Bank and that's not what is stopping peace in the area.
The next checkpoint we passed through, instead of passed by. At this checkpoint, they weren't stopping anybody at all. It ...
... green with trees then with agriculture.
We drove through the West Bank, one of the disputed territories. It is called that because it is the west bank of the Jordan River. Jerusalem is on the border between the West Bank and the State of Israel. We saw communities walled in. Fences along the road with barbed wire. It's all very confusing when you see it first hand. Hopefully it will become clear to us as our visit continues.