Get to know the Israelis who traveled with us for 10 days. Hear their perspectives on the trip and what they love most about Israel!
Making my commitment to my life as a Jew in front of my friends, who are like family, has been a precious moment that I will cherish my entire life.
Those who rest at Mt. Herzl are the embodiment of this unbreakable Israeli spirit that I have had the pleasure of experiencing the last 10 days. They live on through the people of Israel and will never be forgotten.
Yesterday was an incredibly powerful day for members of Birthright #Bus218.
The hike was incredible. A few minutes after starting we reached a small oasis at the bottom of the valley. I felt so small looking up above at the walls of the valley and wondering how far up this hike would take us if at all.
When you enter the triangular-shaped museum, which represents one star in the Star of David, you can see through the windows at the end of the museum.
Experiencing the local cuisine and atmosphere are my favorite ways of appreciating a different culture, and I'm looking forward to all the delicious tastes Jerusalem has to offer.
It was a build-your-own Bedouin meal, the Chipotle of the Negev and hummus does not cost extra. For most, this meal was a crowd pleaser. Hannah Honey stated, "Hummus will never be the same" and Jordan Jalapeño added, "Nothin' better than eating with your hands."