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ifat  
#1 Posted : Sunday, June 7, 2009 12:33:34 PM(UTC)
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Hey everyone, I got y'all's messages, I'm really happy there.

Got something nice to share with you.

On Friday I made my husband go out on Saturday to tour Rawalpindi (where we live) to Tel Aviv, we saw the station marking of Israel and excitedly told him: "I looked for partners in midweek to another area and here we find ourselves going in the Israel National Trail (INT) without being planned in advance," listen, we went from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. repeatedly with 3 breaks of 10 minutes each. Halfway, my father (who is also my Angel) spring water, the track was great, we enjoyed every minute we met 4 guys making their way from Eilat, so envied them because it's my dream to do all this far, to the Harbor area, where our feet already said enough, we waited until we come out Saturday (we Soler), father picked us, we returned home exhausted, filthy, tired but ... The best racing that was just wonderful.

It's funny that a year ago I was at the top of the eye and back (main road because I was afraid to get lost, I was alone) dated 10 and went back 17:00 for the winding paths and Israel we find ourselves going and going in the same area a few hours, but worth every minute that saw lovely views even though they didn't find a house they exist, met many people on the way. Some entire families with babies, cyclists.

Decided where we finished there will continue next time, so once a week my husband takes me to the area where stopped, go until tonight where trail will lead him to come and pick me up, so do the for easy easy to get to, if anyone wants to join me then.

I'm active on birthdays and events and DJ for children and teens, this month have closed events and that's why I can't go more than a day, so do day here there, in July with the name my husband takes off two weeks to help me with the kids so I could fulfill that dream of Israel, I must say we had a very easy in terms of orientation I just went and went without lose its markup, not encountered problems, out of the water, taking a lot of bottles that were supposed to stop the planned route, didn't go for the end, we didn't even know he was so long, but we rysica because we knew it would come sometime Yarkon bridge/Warsaw where we get onto the bridge and take my dad's water originally offered to have us if he gets anywhere we want.

So that members, this week I'm moving from the North, if anyone wants to join a hard day and fun from morning until early evening hours refer to personal email, anyway.

Have a great week.

Daniel ifat5@bezeqint.net

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aviv_melamed  
#2 Posted : Sunday, June 7, 2009 3:39:37 PM(UTC)
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Proper attitude, you go out and just want to join,

Good luck

Sureal  
#3 Posted : Sunday, June 7, 2009 4:03:57 PM(UTC)
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First of all!

It's hard to be confused for the Yarkon district, and check through. Don't count on it it will be throughout the path. The central area, the coastal track to Carmel. From the North there are places you can easily screw them. Don't give up on map.

About your upcoming trip.

You got it, so I want to warn that "perhaps מ"מפגעים to leave a bad taste. Referring to the coastal area of Herzliya and North, where sometimes you can run into people who prefer to spend at sea. I personally don't really have a problem with that, but some people could get hurt.

Besides, I don't think you run into something you don't see in Rosh haayin.

Good luck with your journey!

Guest  
#4 Posted : Thursday, June 11, 2009 12:30:00 AM(UTC)
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Indeed, I came across these ב"מפגעים. It turns out there's quite a lot of them, especially in summer. They enjoy the warm sunshine especially tzokis areas between Netanya to Herzliya, although it is possible to meet them elsewhere.

See it not as a warning, but as a kind of experience. You don't have to go on their head and hard to soft soul, there's plenty of other stuff to look at them.

Temani  
#5 Posted : Thursday, June 25, 2009 9:50:54 PM(UTC)
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Sent you a message.
And got an email back

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