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Coreyoria World Tour

“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”

Well and Alive!

Hello, everyone! Sorry for the delay in posting, but I am going to have to keep this short and sweet for lack of time and shequels. First of all, the updates that Israel Outdoors posted are not of my group. Haha, turns out it's the other group, the 18-21 year olds so you might have trouble locating me in these photos. Hopefully this gets sorted out - I am going to let my tour leader know. Anyway, everything here is great! I can't begin to sum up everything I have done over the past week. Golan heights, Tiberias, Tzfat, kayaking and hiking in the Jordan River, visiting the Old City and the Western Wall, camping in Bedouin Camps, climbing Masada, exploring the desert, swimming in the Dead Sea, attending a mega-event with 7,500 Jews and the Prime Minister of Israel ... and much more that I don't have enough time to recapitulate right now. But I am doing great and I'm safe. I must admit it's a bit odd to get used to seeing soldiers walking around with M-16's strapped to their backs, but you'd be surprised how easily you get used to the sight. My group has been interesting. There are some nice people, but I have mostly been abnormally quiet seeing as I don't/can't relate to the majority of my group and feel very much out of my element around these people. That said, I'm ready for the this part of my trip to end in 2 days. After that, a group of about 5 or 6 of us are going to stay at a hostel in Tel Aviv together for a few nights and maybe take some day trips to nearby cities and attractions. After that I am going to take care of getting to a kibbutz. I have a cell phone, but don't have the number on me right now. I can receive free international phone calls and of course I'll be missing you, so I'd love to hear from you. Other than all of that all I have to say is that Israel is an amazing and spiritual place, and the people are lovely and make you feel right at home. It's a good place to be a Jew. More to come later ...

Love and miss you all,
Corey
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17/6/06 14:32

Yeah, I was wondering about the photos. I just assumed you weren't one of the popular kids (maybe cause you didn't hook up with errbody?).    



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