Day 4, Sunday, was probably our busiest day. We woke up early and made a quick beeline for the Egyptian border (about 15 minutes from our hostel in Eilat). But didn’t go through. Then took a 2-3 hour hike up to the top of Mount Tzfachot in the Negev, which had a magnificent view of […]Read more "falafel, shawarma, or pizza – day 4.0"
Day 3, Saturday, was a chill day. Because it was Shabbat, our bus wasn’t going anywhere. But because we were in Eilat (אֵילַת), a resort town, everything was open. Eilat is a resort town located at the southernmost point of Israel and on the Red Sea. As we arrived in the city, the row of […]Read more "falafel, shawarma, or pizza – day 3"
For those who don’t know, I recently went on a Taglit-Birthright trip to Israel. It was one of the most amazing trips I have ever taken, and I tried my best to capture the fun. Here are photos from the first two days my group was there. I’ll also include a brief on what we […]Read more "Falafel, shawarma, or pizza – Days 1 & 2"