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Nise small hotel near beach. Small but clean rooms, complimentary coffe or tea, free WiFi, free bicycles, very frendly and helpfull staff.
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... 10 80;ло, и мы
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... American joked about it the entire date. The Israeli girl was unamused. There was no second date. I stayed in the most popular hostel in tel aviv, and was surrounded by the party-backpacker crowd. I found myself too old and straight-laced to embrace backpacking drug culture and all-night philandering. On the flip side, I got to meet some very interesting people. One was an Indonesian studying journalism in the US who's interning for the Jordanian times. She was ...
... of our guides have great knowledge of the land of Israel, its history, and the Bible. The Moody staff here assisting on the trip have been wonderful .
Our second stop was on Mount Carmel where Elijah and the prophets of Baal had their confrontation. It was very amazing to be there and get the perspective of the land below and such. Our guide shared I Kings 18 and I could hear in my mind Justin singing "Lord God of Abraham" from The Elijah; ...
... 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.
I had a great night's sleep last night and woke up feeling much better than I had the last two days. We got ready for the day and Pnina and Marta picked us up at 9am. We headed north to Lee’s aunt’s house for the Bar Mitzvah. They live in a community like a kibbutz, but it’s a little different. It was a really nice house that Gillad had built a few years ago. I met about twenty new people whose names I can’t really remember, but they were ...