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Back From Israel

Posted by Atilla89 on January 25, 2008

Hello readers, I have arrived back from Israel after 6 weeks of travel. I am very jet lagged and still tired after these gruelling weeks. To be honest, I don’t think I will be writing about the rest of my travels. But if I had to be brief, I really enjoyed Gadna, I loved going around new places like Eilat, Tel Aviv and exploring the different borders. In fact, I was only 500 metres from a Hezbollah stronghold. I also really enjoyed climbing up Massada at 5:30am and going swimming in the Dead Sea. I have a few pictures that I really liked, which I will post below. In the meantime, here’s a post from Sandmonkey that I can agree with to a degree.

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Sunset in Eilat

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Sunset near Rosh Hanikra (patrol boat in background)

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 Sunset near Safed

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At the shooting range near my base in the Negev (of other people, its not actually me firing)

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A Hezbollah stronghold only 500 metres from me; note the flag in the middle background

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One Response to “Back From Israel”

  1. […] Naxal Watch wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptHello readers, I have arrived back from Israel after 6 weeks of travel. I am very jet lagged and still tired after these gruelling weeks. To be honest, I don’t think I will be writing about the rest of my travels. But if I had to be brief, I really enjoyed Gadna, I loved going around new places like Eilat, Tel Aviv and exploring the different borders. In fact, I was only 500 metres from a Hezbollah stronghold. I also really enjoyed climbing up Massada at 5:30am and going swimming in the Dead Sea. I have a few pictures that I really liked, which I will post below. In the meantime, here’s a post from Sandmonkey that I can agree with to a degree. […]

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