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זמי1  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 2:49:32 PM(UTC)
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I took it upon myself to check. In practice I haven't seen ever seen Ben on minorities. If anyone like this please write.

Met Israeli Arab North to express interest for, I don't know if he did anything beyond that.

I asked friends and Arab friends in the Office why, said one of the main reasons is that they teach in high school the average Arab country and geography. Of course, no ads for most Western young people of all religions about the path. Someone told me that all the interest the average airevi is to learn a profession or work to earn money and questioned by name of them go this hard path.

And you have a topic for discussion.

Personally I think trail of everybody and everybody should understand it and integrating minorities for help.

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S.K.  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 6:33:56 PM(UTC)
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I think it's a matter of culture, heritage, values and culture.
Are Jordanians in streams?
Did the Egyptians in Sinai and crags in others?
Is fathers stroll in ravines and streams, or just moved them for employment?

For the same reason I think there is no trail marks in Member States and in other countries.

Maybe part of the answer lies in the fact that some are at least more than the space travellers.

Another question I want to raise is why tourists on the trail? (Foreign backpackers)

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 7:08:52 PM(UTC)
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I don't know the answer to question Ma, but anyway, I think "my" don't travel particularly around Europe, or wherever they were. Don't know about the rest of the fathers Forum.
יענקל'ה סער  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 7:16:05 PM(UTC)
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I have no answer why minorities are strolling on the trail.

A few weeks ago was purchased via the Internet a copy of the Red Guide by minorities.

That's the first I see minorities who purchases the Publisher's site. It's a change.

S. k.: do you suppose there's a backpacking overseas tourists travelling in/on the trail. The assumption is incorrect.

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Sureal  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 8:34:03 PM(UTC)
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Does a shepherd SAS makes daily mileage not considered travel?

It is certainly not an example of most, nor the Druze family going in and picking our herbal meadows.

Our trip is a cognitive action. We are equipped with equipment of NASA map and Forum. Plan, and return to a point b, shooting, filming and a GPS. Even when we say that this way of life not touring, we perform the same action, differs from routine.

Anyone here going to work every day?

Anyone here work an integral part of her is go?

You can't call the trip "a luxury", certainly not in the economic aspect, but if you still use this term in terms of cultures, civilizations have not see it as a luxury, but as undeserved burden you don't need.

When you sit all day in front of the computer, is a different experience. Thingstill your life is closer to Earth (and I don't mean them shepherds) in nature is an integral part of everyday life.

גלילאו  
#6 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 9:07:18 PM(UTC)
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Join an SK, Sureal.

About tourists. this morning I visited with a friend who graduated.

I was surprised to hear from him along the trail, especially in the North, he met travelers from abroad more than Israelis.

יענקל'ה סער  
#7 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 9:30:03 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Sureal; 578922]

Anyone here work an integral part of her is go?

As of this morning I know about 10 foreign travelers on the trail. I guess I don't know.

Galileo support.

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#8 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 9:52:11 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = יענקל'ה Saar; 578924]

[Quote = Sureal; 578922]

Anyone here work an integral part of her is go?

As of this morning I know about 10 foreign travelers on the trail. I guess I don't know.

Galileo support.

Met also in shachorth last week, I was just starting out.

S.K.  
#9 Posted : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 10:33:04 PM(UTC)
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The foreign backpackers, glad (very) proven. (A friend sent me an article and it stuck in my head)
I remember a few years ago I saw a lone backpacker in loans.
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#10 Posted : Wednesday, March 26, 2014 12:54:05 AM(UTC)
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E.g. have you seen for bikers that warmth (to be politically) on the trails in the U.S.? I just don't. Hispanic discourage either.
It is a matter of culture and things of the past.
יענקל'ה סער  
#11 Posted : Thursday, March 27, 2014 10:49:23 PM(UTC)
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And while we're talking obvious minorities enrolled in other forum. Me is exciting and very happy.

He is looking for a partner in mitzpe Ramon. Iirevo.!!!

גלילאו  
#12 Posted : Friday, March 28, 2014 12:49:56 AM(UTC)
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Yes, they multiply.

יענקל'ה-information about the support also supports.

The friend said that some of them marched alone and how a small group of 4-5.

There was also one couple aged 60 from Switzerland and another pair from Germany.

In total he met nearly 30 overseas travellers along the trail.

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#13 Posted : Saturday, March 29, 2014 9:30:35 AM(UTC)
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Although I never got to see minorities travelling large pods in the country, but especially in the Jerusalem hills and Carmel seen Druze families often hiking day trips.

So I got to see from abroad (mostly from Europe) to the pilgrims from Nazareth of Galilee and a number of American travelers, Spaniards on Israel with large shells. Unfortunately it is not nearly the most popular trails in abroad. It probably derives mainly from the tour "-style Hut to hut" very common abroad but hardly possible for Israel.

יענקל'ה סער  
#14 Posted : Sunday, March 30, 2014 1:54:52 PM(UTC)
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On Friday I traveled for Ramot Menashe and lost in the space. On Saturday phoned my eldest boy named Amin masalha Kafr Qara and told

I found the slolerit. I talked to him and asked if he'd like to hike? His response: "How is it possible not to travel when the nature is so beautiful now! "

This morning I went to take a cell phone and is very happy to receive gratitude to instructor in the Israel National Trail (INT) and directory paths.

יענקל'ה סער  
#15 Posted : Wednesday, April 2, 2014 6:39:51 PM(UTC)
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I met the day's foursome in the demobilized from mesilat Zion started.

My question about foreign tourists on the trail, they answered: "we saw a lot in Switzerland, Poland, France, the United States."

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#16 Posted : Thursday, April 3, 2014 5:24:37 PM(UTC)
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I suppose there's a connection that the concept of nature as a recreational activity for pleasure, not for work-up.
Like a lot of things that came originally from Europe, Israeli culture closer. Over time things seep from one culture to another. (Both ways).
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#17 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2014 8:53:12 AM(UTC)
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You should look here. If you take overseas Trek brochures.

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#18 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2014 1:10:13 PM(UTC)
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Obviously, some tourists on the trail but must admit that very little number.

Before three or four years passed before us while fertile level Japanese.

Whenever I am in abroad I've been trying to do for animations in talks with ripiog.

Almost none of them have heard of the trail before the first question most is how dangerous this is.

Until the trail will not go to Israel not be portrayed as a date rather than a thousand doesn't seem dangerous for bikers to foreigners every year. Also not hundreds. Several dozen a year there.

About minorities, I agree with everything you wrote above me.
Incidentally, there is also our entire population levels that long walk not in their agenda. (And detail so as not to get into an argument).
io_travel  
#19 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2014 1:24:06 PM(UTC)
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Soon they reach about 50 leaflets to Scotland a country that is sympathetic to the fabric of Israel

I hope they will be in sympathy.

Or at least interesting.

And if not then at least be polite.

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#20 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2014 2:13:03 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = io_travel; 581608]

Soon they reach about 50 leaflets to Scotland a country that is sympathetic to the fabric of Israel

I hope they will be in sympathy.

Or at least interesting.

And if not then at least be polite.

I don't think you could find a good Ambassador and Nice from you, so if you don't help, probably a losing battle.

Anyway well done and on this initiative.

I think we should also write on the forums for overseas trips (accompanied by photos). Long I want to do this on BPL I hope get soon.

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