The Dead Sea

The sea was dead and we were salty. This was the COOLEST and WEIRDEST thing I have ever encountered. I have always struggled with letting myself float in water but in the Dead Sea, I got to put those worries aside. The Dead Sea is so highly concentrated with salt that anyone and I mean … More The Dead Sea

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Masada & Ein Gedi

The treacherous hike. Built around 30 freakin BC, Masada is a fortress in the Judean Desert. The ancient fortress is located on top of the plateau, but to get to the plateau you either take a cable car, or do like we did and get up at 4 am to catch the bus and climb … More Masada & Ein Gedi

Jerusalem

Let me start this post with saying, I am not a religious person. I grew up in a Catholic family but as I got older, the desire to follow the faith kind of fell away from me and I no longer consider myself belonging to a certain religion. I think that it made my trip … More Jerusalem

Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Me More. I had only been in Germany for a few weeks and it had already been time to start discussing what to do for Chris’ November break. The team was getting a week off in November and everybody was buzzing about the places they were going to go. Since I had just arrived … More Tel Aviv, Israel