So, everyone's getting a little bummed here on bus 547. We have one more full day together and we've got to make the most of it. Today we're going to a convention, then climb in some caves, and then the night will end with a concert with a local Israeli band.
This trip has exceeded anything I thought it'd be. It's not a vacation. If you think your going on birthright for vacation, don't waste your time. I see it as a higher learning and growing experience. It's magic creeps up on you when you least expect it. It's Wednesday and we'll be leaving Thursday in the middle of the night and I'm going to be pretty sad because my new brtohers and sisters (Israeli and American) will be all going back to their homes and lives and are new family won't be together like we've been these last 10 days. I'm filled with joy because now I have family in Israel and all over the U.S. that I didn't have before. We've done some incredible things together, things that pushed us to our physical and emotional limits, but we were there to help eachother through it. Even if it meant telling horror stroies about our digestive problems.
I'll leave you on that note. This is coming to the end, but it's never goodbye.