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AMAZING Tiyul: Camels, Archery & More!!

January 1, 2017 

southern-tiyulAs soon as we pulled out of Ramat Eshkol we were all waiting with anticipation for our first stop cuz we were going CAMEL RIDING!!! We were so excited,  riding through the desert on a camel was an experience that helped us to feel what traveling was like for people who lived here thousands of years ago.

From there we headed to what is called “The Great Crater” where we had an exhilarating hike overlooking the giant crater, and then a fun trip to some colorful sand dunes where we were able to fill bottles with colored sand such as red, yellow, purple and green and create cool patterns.

The next day was even more packed as we headed back out to the desert where we learned how to shoot a bow and arrow,  practice our archery skills, and even get in some cool creative rock sculpting.

We arrived back in Yerushalayim exhausted but having loved every minute of this tiyul, see you at the next one 🙂

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AMAZING: Sharfman’s 2-Day Tiyul!!

November 20, 2016 

western-galil-tiyulAs the sun rose, all of us rushed out of bed and excitedly walked to the bus to begin our latest Tiyul. Rabbi Jacobs began his informative facts about all the places we would be visiting on our next two-day overnight trip. On this trip we got to visit Eliyahu’s Cave. One of the really nice things about this Tiyul was that our sporty-side was on full display. For instance, we got to go biking along the Mediterranean Coast and also enjoy ice skating in Ma’alot.

Many of us enjoyed visiting Akko (including the Underground Prisoners Museum). In the morning, we had a fulfilling breakfast and then we headed to the well-known grottos in Rosh HaNikra. The inside of the grottos were cool and the sea was a beautiful aquamarine color.

As the sun began to set, we headed towards the Caesaria Aqueducts. It was a breathtaking sight. Everyone walked on the beach, inhaling the fresh Mediterranean air. We had a girls- only Kumzits and sang until the sunlight vanished beneath the horizon!

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