Berries

Israel’s Berry Picking Season On family vacations my clever husband has always found a way to include berry picking on the itinerary. Sometimes we would eat our hard-earned berries at the

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Zeelim Desert Spa

Desert Spa Photo by M. Kaplan-Green The spa at Kibbutz Ze’elim hamam. As in Kibbutz Revivim, the water source is 10,000 year old brackish water from underground springs.

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Tent

Pitch A Tent Corn fields At the top of Israel, in a land of silver green olive trees, grape vines, and red spiky-tipped espaliered plum trees, spring has sprung.

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Safari

Safari, Ramat Gan We had an adventure! We went on safari! The ostriches, rhinos, zebras, crowned cranes, marabou, waterbucks, Arabian oryx and their friends, greeted our car as they strode over

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tmol

Tmol Shilshom Translator Barbara Harshav and author Meir Shalev read from Only Yesterday. What better combination of small luxuries than a fresh green salad with mushrooms and mustard

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Birds

“Birds Know No Boundaries” Birdwatching, until recently a hobby only for fanatics and professionals, has become a national pastime. November 2002, will see the opening of Israel’s great birdwatching season, with

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Culinary Treat

Culinary Treat Related articles: Taste of Israel Cookbooks Simply Eggplant Cinnamon and curry are two of the spices that were used to season the sacrifices given at

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Film

Jewish Film Days in Jerusalem Over thirty films will be screened including a Jewish African-American Gospel Singer, a Jewish State in Siberia, Ancient Jewish Community in China. Panels and lectures will also

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Culinary

Culinary Treat Related articles: Taste of Israel Cookbooks Simply Eggplant Cinnamon and curry are two of the spices that were used to season the sacrifices given at the

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Mini

Mini Israel Remember Gulliver’s Travels? After being shipwrecked, he awoke in a land where he was a giant. Every person and object around him was miniature. With that in mind,

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