Going Home: Memories and Long Good Bye’s

Good Bye Middle-East fo now! It was as usually surreal, loud, full of life and wonderful here. And to hot for me. I’ll leave you with a memory, Eva van Heijningen, a friend of mine from Amsterdam, took twenty years ago.

Matching to present turning in to past, I think I understood today the Hebrew system of forming the past from present verbs – roe – raiti / schomea – schamarti / mevina – amarti or something like that. I’m slow. I got to go. I hope I’ll be back faster than in twenty years.

Other peeks and perks from my Israel Travel-Diary, Spring 2012, you can find here:  Israelis and Highway-Toilet-Blocks – a Yellow Story | In Jenin a Dip Dive to the Westbank | Survive Swimming in Eilat: A Pool Occupation | On the Way back to Tel Aviv: There’s more to the Picture than Meets the Eye | Scoff Gossip about Israeli Train Station AttendantsWith women through WonderlandThe Tailor’s Wife – Another Travel Diary is from India, Spring 2010. You can find its articles starting from here.

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