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Day two and three OR why does everyone here speak Hebrew????

Day two......my Hebrew is not very good. I can only remember a few words and everyone here speaks too fast. We walked and walked until we arrived at the Carmel Market. It was like we went back in time. We bought some cheese and bread which tasted amazing. Israel is famous for its goat cheese and i enjoyed every bite. They definitely have it right in the food department. What else can you expect from Jews. Day three......Tel Aviv University and the Dispora Museum. The Dispora Museum......in short........the history of the Jewish people or how the Jews were kicked out of every country they ever lived. We did learn something very interesting though, Israel is a melting pot of Jews from all over the world, each with their own unique culture and ethnic background. Nighttime and a trip to the beach.......while I was swimming a woman approached me and asked me a question in Hebrew and of course I did not know what she was saying. So, I attempted my first sentence in Hebrew......and to my surprise she actually understood me. The sentence. I speak English, not Hebrew. Sorry this not written very well,but my computer died and this is on the iPad.

Posted by frimit 12:18

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So, am I the first to comment? Ha!
Sounds like you are having a great, and educational, experience. Post some pictures when you can. -gale

by Gale Galbreath

Love, love your entries!! Keep them coming. I'm sure you and Louie will do your share of teaching. You will come home with Hebrew as your second language!

by loriann

Glad to hear the Fran & Louie modus operandi is alive
and well in Israel. Your dive into the heart of Israeli culture is quintessential Mroz.

Looking forward to more news,

Love, Edie

by ediegreenery

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