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... town. But eventually the owner returned and we were able to get in to our room.
We then spent a little time trying to cool off and waiting for the temperature to drop a little before heading out to see the Red Sea and grab a quick dinner. As we walked to the sea, we realized that this area was nicer than we initially thought. There was a good area along the sea ...
... was amazing. I love falafel and most Israel food. All of us then pilled on to a bus to take a five hour bus ride to Kibbutz Ketura, for three more days of team building exercises. The Kibbutz drive was long and pretty boring and I spent it, getting to know the people in my program. It took nearly five hours to get down there, and along the way we even passed Dimona, the Israeli Nuclear Reactor, that their government does not officially acknowledge.
... For the first time in my life, I heard absolutely nothing. It was as startling as it was refreshing and peaceful. Just me, the earth and the air. I slept under the stars and awoke as soon as the sun began to rise and the formations around me were painted a different color than the night before and even more beautiful.
Wadi Rum wraps its guests in a warm tranquil embrace that makes it difficult to board a 4x4 to head out of the park in the ...
- Non-alcoholic beer with strawberry flavor
- Everybody offering a welcoming tea, with loads of sugar, and flavored with mint or sage.
Today we spend a lazy day on the beach, 38 degrees, snorkeling on a great reef to cool off. Tomorrow we go back to Amman, and then Sunday evening off to Mumbai for our probably even more intense India ...
... the meditation. in return you are expected to help out with the daily chores which are decided in the morning circle after breakfast. The entire community congregates in a circle under the warming sun for five minutes of silence before we are partitioned off into small groups- helping cook lunch with Shai, cleaning rooms with Yula, working in the garden and landscaping with Yarden or general manual labour with the boys. Work is enjoyable and sociable as you work to help ...