Saturday, March 5, 2011

More of Israel 2011

Just what you want to see when you're watching other people'e children



Water in the desert 




Yuval cooked us leaves on our moonlit hike


Masada

Soldiers on top of Masada 


Carmel

Anemones amongst the carnage

Suspension Bridge

Sabra plants




The kids cooked the adults a biblical supper and made pita from scratch 


The water tunnels

Mini army
Amir was the good cop because he couldn't stop giggling










A note for the wall

Kotel tunnels









And it was cold enough to ski!


Although the sights were spectacular, it was seeing Israel through the eyes of smart, well behaved children that made the experience so incredible. 

(all photographs courtesy of Eden Polansky Flomen)

4 comments:

Moey said...

Love the colors at the market. The trip looks fabulous but my fear of heights would be a problem :(

GoldenGirl11 said...

Honestly Moey, you don't feel the height. It only dawned on me where we were when I saw the pictures.

Kmaxx said...

Hmmmmm...the breads look wonderful!

GoldenGirl11 said...

@Kmaxx
Everything in the market was amazing. It's an experience that should be on everyone's bucket list. The kids I was in charge of just wanted to bargain for anything. One kid talked a vendor down 10 shekels ($2.50ish) by saying that he was poor. The kid was in heaven.