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... to get to know each other on a deeper level both in and out of the classroom. It's a legit goal of mine to create some long lasting friendships with Israeli's. Tonight we talked about what Israel meant to us and got into some heated conversation about Israeli politics. Tuesday was the election and Netanyahu came out on top so it's an especially sensitive topic right now. I think most of the people in Tel Aviv were hoping for a change. There ...
... someone who had grown up with a similar background to ours but who had decided when in her late twenties to make Israel her home. The time went very quickly, and if it weren't for the fact that we needed to complete our packing and then be up early for our flight the following morning, we'd have talked for a whole lot longer. Aside from Mary Aarons, there is only one other person who isn't a close relative, Barbara Schwartz, whom Brian knows in Israel. We had hoped to meet up ...
... 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 ...
Arrived in Tel Aviv this afternoon. Apparently I'm not a good sleeper on overnight flights. We jumped.on the bus and headed out immediately. Spent a short while.touring the Bauhaus district of the city. Is undergoing a renewal and will really be something when they've brought it back to its 1960's glory.
... but still unexpired passport, which now had only six empty visa pages. The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv is like a fortress, but it turned out to be completely uneventful to get 48 new pages glued into my passport. (BTW, since some Islamic countries will not allow you to visit if you’ve been to Israel, the Israeli customs office cleverly gives you a separate Israeli visa card instead of a visa sticker that is permanently stuck on your ...