NILI

One Thousand Kisses Beit Aharonson and the NILI Underground Immortalized by popular Israeli singer, Yehoram Gaon, Elef Nishikot Lach Ahuvati – One Thousand Kisses for You My Beloved – is the poem which Avshalom

NILI

One Thousand Kisses Beit Aharonson and the NILI Underground Immortalized by popular Israeli singer, Yehoram Gaon, Elef Nishikot Lach Ahuvati – One Thousand Kisses for You My Beloved – is the poem which Avshalom

Roman Tunnels

Roman Tunnels near Caesarea Fig tree at entrance to tunnel The aqueducts of Caesaria are a well-known site to any traveler to the region from Roman times to the present. The aqueducts,

Ancient Spa

Ancient Spa Spas and pools date back to ancient times. We found evidence of this when we visited Shuni Park, just outside of Binyamina. Home to the pre-State Etzel headquarters, Shuni is situated on lands

karaites

Karaites In the the town of Ramle, Israel, lives a sect whose traditions and observances take us back to the days when the Torah was given to the Israelites.

Nabatean Agriculture

Nabatean Agricultural Methods Karmey Avdat, one of the first five privately-owned farm settlements in the Negev Highlands, is the home of Eyal Israeli, his extended family and their dogs. Located off the

Kibbutz Ketura

Oasis in the Desert A few months ago, I received a strange and wonderful gift of three tiny neem trees from Dr. Elaine Solowey. These tiny neem trees from

ZY

Zikhron Yaa’kov and Bat Shlomo A family connection to pioneers is not a usual occurence. However, I am proud to report that such a connection exists on my husband’s side of the

Cranes in Hula Valley, Israel

Grey Cranes in the Hula Valley, Israel A unique beautiful park was recently opened in the Hula Valley, about 20 minutes south of Qiryat Shemona. A combined effort

Druze

Druze Village of Horfish Driving through the Druze village of Horfish with my nephew, we were struck by the small town’s lovely vistas, large homes, five color flag hanging in the

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