This month our trip was to our beloved capital city of Jerusalem, were we had a special tour of less known corners of the old city and getting to know old family businesses with very special crafts.
Afterwards we went to Mahane Yehuda shuk to have different tastes and flavors of this amazing market!
** February trip **
This Sunday we had the trip of the month, and it was incredible amazing!
The trip started in Shvil Hasalat, a educational farm that grows organically. We had the chance to pick our own tomatoes, cucumbers and more while we learned a lot about their characteristics and and how they grow.
After our amazing Asian food launch we went to the city of Sderot, where we learned about the situation its residents face regarding the security for living next to the Gaz...a strip.
We finished the day in "Path to Peace", where we did our part in a joint mosaic creation, towards hope, love, and happiness among all people. The creation is placed upon the border wall that divides the Gaza Strip and Israel, adjacent to the homes of Moshav Netiv HaAsara.
Here are some pictures for your delight!
We started our day in Machon Ayalon, an underground pre-state secret bullet factory. What an inspiring history!
Then we went to the Weizmann Institute of Science... An incredible man with an incredible life!
And for ending the day very relaxed we chilled and had fun in Hami Yoav springs a place with 11 pools of thermo-mineral water. It's so great when we are together! Inbar Krisi Sharon Steiner Ariel Mielnik Mariela Falatycki😁
כתבה שכתבתי עבור "קבוצת Ocean", על אקס חניכים שלי מתכנית מסע "מסלול אישי". על ההסתגלות לתל אביב הבובה. בצירוף סרטון כיפי!
לינק לכתבה המלאה:
An article we wrote for the "Ocean Group", about our ex-participants of the Maslul Ishi - Itrack Masa program. All about getting used to the new life here ...
in Tel Aviv. Check out the video and the full article:
Rachel Aistrop, Barbara Selm, Ben Chesler
Jerusalem is always amazing, inspiring and peaceful, but the days before the holidays makes it even more magical!!
In this time of the year, everybody's calmer, nicer and warmer. Focusing on the good and thinking about the new year to come.
Our day was in the mark of Slichot (regretting and apologize). We started with a tour in the ultra orthodox neighborhoods. We we're exposed to their unique way of life and was surprised how much we didn't know about it....
That was a really meaningful experience!!!
After that we took a tour from Nachlaot neighbourhood and walked all the way to the old city and the Kotel.
During the walk, we heard the beautiful stories about the inspiring people who lived there and thanks to them, we have these places today.
We arrived to the Kotel around midnight. Sounds really late but during Slichot days it's like the middle of the day. The amount of people there was incredible and those moments were so powering!!!
We couldn't ask for a better trip to start the year with, and we couldn't ask for better people to travel with them!
There is nothing like the desert!!!!
And those pictures are the best way to describe how good was that trip 🤗🏜🚃💓
Starting in an amazing hike in Havarim stream.
The weather was perfect and gave us a glance on the powerful nature of the desert.
After lunch we visited Naot Farm- a very unique family who decided one clear day to leave everything behind and come settle in the desert. They live there alone, growing their own food and expose their way of life to visitors.
To sum up that gorgeous day, we had a relaxing and quiet Yoga class on the grass in Sde Boker.
There is really nothing better then all of this calming area to revive our body and soul!
Jaffa’s Flea Market is full of designer boutiques, modern bars and gourmet restaurants, alongside the veteran merchants that offer rugs, couches, furniture and numerous rare and used items, for a bargain price. Either you’re more appealed by the market’s authenticity or by its modern form, the Flea Market offers a rare integration.
We traveled around the amazing streets of old Jaffa, heard about the historical story of one of the oldest and most important cities in Israel.
A...nd if that's nor enough, we tasted 5 different types of authentic food: tribulation "Koskos", turkish "Borekas", Georgian "Hatzapori, "Shaksuka" and to finish with sweet taste, a home made ice cream.