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#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 1:36:22 AM(UTC)
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Hello,
My name is Jason and I are old forum visitor, albeit as a friend.
I come to you, regarding the issue we detail here I can't find an answer (or myself) and you can give good advice and Moreover, sober Retrospect.
I was released from the army three weeks ago, after four years, when the release date (for me) is determined by when want to do Israel National Trail (to February I practice and get ready for citizenship for/South America).
The plan is to make Israel National Trail (I was briefing, planned at landfills and water sections, walking sticks, shoes, etc.) at the end of February to the end of March to early April, and then fly to South America and to join Tess already in early February.
Ideologically, it's important for me to make the first foreign trip in Israel.
Created here a problem of conflict, when the planned period in the Israel National Trail (INT) trip overlaps the recommended period (and the last, in terms of m) in southern Argentina and Chile, all agree that this is mostly South American tour (comparing this to our country without visiting the and).
Since I decided not to start in 2007, but postponed a year, have no problem (physical, time) to travel in the Israel National Trail (INT) after South America (which, as noted, contravenes the ideology).
In terms of partners, in February I can travel with a friend who gets out (late February), traveled extensively in the country and we are doing well, and then to join him in America, would be great.
If you choose to travel in South America, not able to walk with a friend who was going to do with the Israel and have to find someone else s.
However, if you decide not to go to South America, could travel next year there with a friend (Noah, nature) that commit to any job a year from now, so that it will (although my boyfriend quite different me, join him).
It should be noted that money is a consideration or a problem in any one of the options.

I tried to list as much as possible and to include more elements and considerations and the message length, latest:-)
Many thanks in advance!

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 9:43:42 AM(UTC)
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Now go south go to Beit Guvrin go to South America in February and return to complete North to Beit Guvrin-half.

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#3 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 3:12:55 AM(UTC)
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Thank you so much for the tip.
Is definitely a worthy solution, but it is important for me to do.
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#4 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 8:49:51 AM(UTC)
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The trail drive sequence late February early March (cold at night in the South and a little wind is not always fun) and hope at the end of March early April no rain in the North to delay you for a few days.

About South America I'm not sure the timing vs. track: late April in southern Argentina and Chile too cold (average 10). The best time in terms of the weather in Patagonia is actually in January-February, at least in terms of temperature. If you don't start learning in 2007 so I'd finish the trail South to North and South America began in autumn 2007. Optimal starting probably in Buenos Aires to Chile via Bariloche to Puerto Montt, to the far south in January and then begins to rise. But that's me.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 2:25:52 PM(UTC)
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February March is really the end of the season in terms of southern Chile and Argentina, the season is December-January. Especially if you want to do and to see glaciers and trekking.

How long do you plan to travel to Central America You might want to do the trail in February and March to go sightseeing in South America and plan your trip so that its end reaches Chile Argentina (December 2007)
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#6 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 4:46:26 PM(UTC)
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I think I hear a azzotikm, "got got a gun".
Of course, there's no reason to try and cram everything and be nervous, although I started to study next year, so have enough time.
Probably do the trail in early March, and fall-winter ' 07 fly to South America.
We can only suck buddy and happy.
Thanks again!

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#7 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 9:46:35 PM(UTC)
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Your story is somewhat similar to mine, although mine was replaced by ideology in half aplatim trail

I did after the army half haplatim from April to mid-June and flew in November to South America. What I did in between? -And since you wrote that you are planning to learn trust me you don't want to do this after a trip to South America. I am thankful every day that I got rid of it before the trip. If you don't feel like you can be a GAL down in South America to land at the northern countries like Ecuador or Peru that seasons are in the area, June-July-August (see a little more in depth where and when) and then down South to Argentina and Patagonia during the season.

By the way, walk with a friend is nice but I assure you, you won't be alone in South America. " You could say that everyone speak Hebrew name has, in my opinion it's more fun to know people while

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#8 Posted : Friday, December 22, 2006 5:05:26 AM(UTC)
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Already as a child wanted to do more reading about Appalachian journey, or like.
As far as I'm concerned Israel will trail some preparation to aplatim, although the latter doesn't happen soon.
When I heard that there is "Israel", it was clear to me that first walk.
I plan to learn, but I want to do immediately release psychometry (coming), but I will sometime before between Israel trail to South America-already warned me after that after the trip.
So I get to be great wave.
And speak Hebrew name don't really do desire to travel there. On the contrary .
It is clear to me and my friends who aren't married and that everything is good and open-minded atmosphere, meeting more people, cultures, etc and therefore that part of the trip aoshimbenfrd.
Thanks for the tips.
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#9 Posted : Saturday, December 23, 2006 10:05:52 AM(UTC)
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Another tip: go now, from North to South. Get ready for the possibility of blackouts several days due to storms and floods. The weather (cold) should not deter you if you are planning trips abroad!

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#10 Posted : Saturday, December 23, 2006 8:32:44 PM(UTC)
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Weather doesn't deter and thus thought about, but I guess the cold and rainy season (as well as preparation and related equipment), will prevent the enjoyment and beauty that they carry, especially when I can do it in more comfort in terms of genre.
A different approach--survival (probably will be in one way or another) and more fun than walking for all-related places, environment, etc.
Thank you.

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