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#61 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 8:34:26 AM(UTC)
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Less than ten years nobody has written a word on Israel except: There is no information available

Instead of writing what criticism that NG thankful wrote they wrote something. Meanwhile, they are the only ones who did it.

Instead do what controller do wines and open-backed three bed-and-breakfasts that were not there ten years ago.

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#62 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 8:35:38 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the no-nonsense Tycoon.
Giora-post on the desert trail impact. At least on me. Hard to treat his body thoroughly before going all the nuances that it offers.
יענקל'ה so sunken in Israel until the trail received the impression that he was the official representative for I want to remind everyone that it displays only the personal and private opinion.
The Red Guide belongs naturally for Israel. That of company X or Company Y backpack doesn't belong in the same way for Israel.
If you area here and develop the South cabin to go for Israel, I'd be proud to publish his cabin here in the sticky post at the top of the Israel National Trail. Inshallah you will gain.
Yankele takes heart as Giora takes heart as Eyal takes heart as all it takes heart to heart.
The amount of deletions of carrying offensive in my opinion also the closing haiboti.
Must remain relevant and not to allow the debate ad hominem bias
The issue is not Israel יענקל'ה trail or elk or Giora.
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#63 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 9:18:23 AM(UTC)
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Before the English Red Guide was published (2009) efforts have not turned off to prevent printing.

So despite the efforts some directory in English and foreign tourists. While writing this entry I received

Phone foreign aiiker you wonder if it's safe to go today in striving that rain in the area.

Hours ago someone from South Africa who traveled for asking whether the route so she can run it because it

Loves to run.

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The title of the discussion. There are quite a few tourists.  My goal: to double and triple the number.

There are many who gladly help and I thank them for that.

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#64 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 11:39:06 AM(UTC)
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Exciting clip 4 of Christian. Is among the people for the State of Israel and the Israel National Trail.

Disclosure: Christian hosted at night. He uses the English Red Guide when traveling for.

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#65 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 11:51:09 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = Arctic; 591087]

Israel National Trail is not an experience of nature. There are sections where you feel really going deep but nature always are few near uninhabited place and wild nature or virginity. There are several parts in the Negev which has the experience, but no longer than a few hours before returning to the close or see a military base.

That you say that tiambi and Alta via and other most popular treks dementia Europe tens of thousands from all over the world you go days for days without seeing any settlement. "

Really convincing argument.

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#66 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 1:14:03 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = iobelsh; 591134]<p>[Quote = Arctic; 591087]</p>
<p>Israel National Trail is not an experience of nature. There are sections where you feel really going deep but nature always are few near uninhabited place and wild nature or virginity. There are several parts in the Negev which has the experience, but no longer than a few hours before returning to the close or see a military base.</p>
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<p>That you say that tiambi and Alta via and other most popular treks dementia Europe tens of thousands from all over the world you go days for days without seeing any settlement. "</p>
<p>Really convincing argument.</p>


Yuval. This is an interesting point. Does this not support in Arctic's message?

I don't think anybody sets up the tiambi and the Alta via as nature trails. I'd say that clearly the experience of Alpine huts and experience picturesque villages
With views of snow-capped peaks and lakes. I was wrong?
I think Arctic tried to say that position is to describe Israel trail as he sees it and he is not a natural trail and big power is not. Yes it has parts. It's obvious.
But he is such a complete description. It doesn't make it worse. But why should sell something doesn't exist? The tvedl exists. History eg. Season eg.
Israel considers path cannot compete with the quality of the landscapes, the level of maintenance and cleanliness of the Europeans. And I'm not a big fan of popular trails in Europe. Neither describes them differently from what I've seen. And maybe doesn't need to compete but to go on.

Israel country and there is so little place to go even if it was possible. In short, the Europeans who gave as an example the nature trail is different and the distances. Which takes a week around crowded like Europe so of course it will be hard to break away and stay away from civilization. But from what I understand from people, the goal of these trails is not far away from civilization.
The European style is cabins and villages. I was wrong?

There are plenty of examples of popular trails they similar to tiambi in length and close to civilization and yet you cannot see anyone and certainly not the villages below. In Israel it is impossible.

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#67 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 2:38:40 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = imtl; 591138] [Quote = iobelsh; 591134]

[Quote = Arctic; 591087]

Israel National Trail is not an experience of nature. There are sections where you feel really going deep but nature always are few near uninhabited place and wild nature or virginity. There are several parts in the Negev which has the experience, but no longer than a few hours before returning to the close or see a military base.

That you say that tiambi and Alta via and other most popular treks dementia Europe tens of thousands from all over the world you go days for days without seeing any settlement. "

Really convincing argument.



Yuval. This is an interesting point. Does this not support in Arctic's message?

I don't think anybody sets up the tiambi and the Alta via as nature trails. I'd say that clearly the experience of Alpine huts and experience picturesque villages
With views of snow-capped peaks and lakes. I was wrong?
I think Arctic tried to say that position is to describe Israel trail as he sees it and he is not a natural trail and big power is not. Yes it has parts. It's obvious.
But he is such a complete description. It doesn't make it worse. But why should sell something doesn't exist? The tvedl exists. History eg. Season eg.
Israel considers path cannot compete with the quality of the landscapes, the level of maintenance and cleanliness of the Europeans. And I'm not a big fan of popular trails in Europe. Neither describes them differently from what I've seen. And maybe doesn't need to compete but to go on.


Israel country and there is so little place to go even if it was possible. In short, the Europeans who gave as an example the nature trail is different and the distances. Which takes a week around crowded like Europe so of course it will be hard to break away and stay away from civilization. But from what I understand from people, the goal of these trails is not far away from civilization.
The European style is cabins and villages. I was wrong?

There are plenty of examples of popular trails they similar to tiambi in length and close to civilization and yet you cannot see anyone and certainly not the villages below. In Israel it is impossible.

Come back and go to page 4 title was

"Why the Kings are few reach for Israel?"

I think the explanation of the Arctic that it isn't enough and isolated communities is the right explanation. "

And as the most popular trails in Europe that attract travelers from all over the world and are the heart of populated areas.

I'm not sure most hikers looking for absolute isolation. I haven't done a survey like this and you probably don't.

The Negev still more isolated than most in Europe, where fewer people and less.

Asked how marketers "is already another question that you might have an SJ for marketing targeted singles

People and communities can be misleading. Probably it into Madden to Arad.

I avoided doing in this discussion given the unpleasant stripes which escalated the discussion (and seen no improvement here too significant) but since I entered this answer to the question is in order of importance:

1. lack of awareness of the existence of the path.

Among those who do listen to and perhaps compare to go:

1. Security and geo-political area. (And probably great for bfar other reasons presented below)

2. logistics in the southern section (probably more interesting), kiosks (not all tents and people known keys), the difficulty to obtain water, etc.

3. the recommended period not overlap during the vacations of the Europeans and the Americans (although in December has pretty long holiday).

Other explanations as not interesting enough, not enough isolated look. On the contrary, who travels throughout his life in the Alps, Dolomites, Pyrenees and Eilat would be refreshing. I have not more reluctant European and not desert the views it offers. (Including those who only saw the tour bus window).

By the way, as hard to experience Israel not enthusiastic about alpine landscape of glaciers, cliffs, coniferous forests and spiky and green alpine meadow with streams flowing.

We are attracted to what seems exotic and unfamiliar (to ask any Yemeni got lucky be grouping with Scandinavianvolunteers)

Edited by user Monday, February 22, 2016 2:45:31 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#68 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 3:38:35 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = iobelsh; 591139]

We are attracted to what seems exotic and unfamiliar (to ask any Yemeni got lucky be grouping with Scandinavianvolunteers)

Yemeni-why :)

The desert has a fascination in Western culture and person. A significant part of it thanks to the film "Lawrence of Arabia"

But the desert is definitely daunting and require accessibility. No one have not heard/seen/read about languishing in miserable and heart responsas desolation.
People walking around like zombies with lips from flaking skin and erupt out of dune the last memorable noses.

So it's not just security. It is also the fact that Israel is seen as a crocheted.

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#69 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 6:12:35 PM(UTC)
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Loners represent the EXTREME.  Keep with me a few weeks ago walking Mare that aitachil to go a:

At the beginning of January. I picked him up at abandon. One of his first words were: I went long way away. Evening lucky I

Hosted by people I forget.

I also like to travel alone, but can go weeks without seeing civilization that can get a person. In the evenings experience TMB

The dinner was shared.

Unquestionably desert is the main factor for tourists from abroad-letter German guy who travel for November 2015:

Just returned from the Negev part INT. Breathtaking. We will be back.

I read comments of this kind for six years. Visitors write what they think about the path, which is the most important.

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#70 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 6:37:31 PM(UTC)
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Until I finished writing the previous post German journalist starts today for. Aron Kamphausen.

He also writes about his experiences and what he writes about. Until now I haven't had a chance to read no positive criticism

The tourists from abroad.

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#71 Posted : Monday, February 22, 2016 8:12:52 PM(UTC)
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Yuval. I agree with what you wrote. I get the message the Arctic that's reward enough for him in Exchange for absorbing a lot of drab or density settlements, military bases, other problems.

(I enjoyed not only Yemeni September in Baram in Apple picking apples.)

What I take from all this is that desert experience is the focus. For all that it offers that most areas. The field. It is possible and desirable for a short period of December, or January.
In February, everyone back at work. I mean really half in the Israel National Trail (INT) doesn't really sell. The northern half of course.

I appreciate that tourists will always be in the company of others and not looking away.
The January will indeed discourage find very little if at all in the desert.

By the way, not from a survey or something but just personal experiences and encounters, I reckon most of least distances on trails in USA, walking a few days old and reaching a settlement to refresh, supply and human society. The few without needing or wanting to stay even in towns every few days to a week.
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#72 Posted : Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:01:33 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = imtl; 591148]
What I take from all this is that desert experience is the focus. For all that it offers that most areas. The field. It is possible and desirable for a short period of December, or January.

In a big way. At least on most aiikrim.

However, beware a tendency (natural and built) take what attracts us and throw it on the population.

And what I mean? I guess there's also a certain percentage of interested also discourage history, archaeology and religious ties not only in landscapes and nature.

Those found of interest in the northern section of the trail, although probably most people agreed on what it has to offer in terms of scenery and wide-open spaces and empty it.

Hopefully you won't hear as a missionary that Bill (or יענקל'ה) I don't think there's many trails in the world (if any) that are really part of important archaeological sites (Tel Dan, Caesarea, Afek, Antipater, bet Guvrin) that allow to aiiker to walk the paved ways, go along Roman aqueducts, crawl in caves rebel hideouts (Tel Goded), to visit the Holy places that are meaningful to Christians such as Nazareth and Mt. Tabor (change) etc etc.

And back to the South is still probably the main point in marketing most hikers that route isn't perfect, it's not ideal "write-off" is no reason to think not to recommend for foreigners.

Should push to improve for the terms and conditions it provides, and should watch out for selling the pink cover. Explore the subconscious mind to not let difficulties and feel cheated and yet, in my opinion, very served than to SJ's offer (and become a Ambassador himself apparently)

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[Quote = iobelsh; 591151] [Quote = imtl; 591148]
What I take from all this is that desert experience is the focus. For all that it offers that most areas. The field. It is possible and desirable for a short period of December, or January.

In a big way. At least on most aiikrim.
However, beware a tendency (natural and built) take what attracts us and throw it on the population.
And what I mean? I guess there's also a certain percentage of interested also discourage history, archaeology and religious ties not only in landscapes and nature.
Those found of interest in the northern section of the trail, although probably most people agreed on what it has to offer in terms of scenery and wide-open spaces and empty it.
Hopefully not missionary Bill ashmachmo (or יענקל'ה) I don't think there's many trails in the world (if any) that are really part of important archaeological sites (Tel Dan, Caesarea, Afek, Antipater, bet Guvrin) that allow to aiiker to walk the paved ways, go along Roman aqueducts, crawl in caves rebel hideouts (Tel Goded), to visit the Holy places that are meaningful to Christians such as Nazareth and Mt. Tabor (change) etc etc.
And back to the South is still probably the main point in marketing most hikers that route isn't perfect, it's not ideal "write-off" is no reason to think not to recommend for foreigners.
Should push to improve for the terms and conditions it provides, and should watch out for selling the pink cover. Explore the subconscious mind to not let difficulties and feel cheated and yet, in my opinion, very served than to SJ's offer (and become a Ambassador himself apparently)


Thank you very much. I accept that. And that raises another question in the context of history, religion, archaeology.
Is an example of manual yankele appear content? Break on any such website which pass through?
(I'm serious I don't know one way or the other).
Big unless, where strangers can get information focused on all this?

After what you wrote here, I think even more a boost of regional trails would be much shorter for attracting tourists to these areas and will not harm in any way in the few aiikrim who want long walks.
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#74 Posted : Tuesday, February 23, 2016 11:15:28 AM(UTC)
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The Red Guide has information prominently on all the sites that make moving. Religion, history, geology, and what to tell him.

Was walking one () that complain that there is too much information and travel (German) I have hatlonann too little information.

Until today we have enough compliments from visitors and about the quality manual in every way I am.

The big problem is. I got some ideas from Joe and me (thanks again to both) and they were transferred to the Ministry of tourism.

Beyond that I have no effect on them, for him and what they do. It's a very long process when Israel trail marketing

Always fall to the back burner because he didn't get to land a significant amount of tourists. And yet they do.

When the pronouncements become everybody acts.

Well known tourist area campgrounds are marked where allowed to camp and sleep and does not have any services. Although no tourist.

Complained to date on infrastructure for They sleep with angels, path b & b, cheap accommodation and space.

Everyone I've heard indicates the desire to help and keep on hand all Israelis.

The wipe turns to TMB in terms of infrastructure. Don't build in the Negev. It is a path which years. Thus it should stay.

Who doesn't want to stay in the area has enough also solutions.

P.s. tributary

The trail will no longer pass the Tel Goded, but drops him from the West.

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#75 Posted : Tuesday, February 23, 2016 11:38:20 AM(UTC)
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Who has power.

Experiences of 3 Americans on Israel 2011

You can zpzaf through the pages and reading from the beginning.
Find insights on how to name Bill Israel perceived foreign eyes.

Ma-these guys should be familiar.

Dinner with Ma and Eyal:) Wings of Haifa, Haifa

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[Quote = Amnon Paulose; 591160] who has power.
[Url = http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm? id = 358361] experiences of 3 Americans on Israel [/url] 2011
You can zpzaf through the pages and reading from the beginning.
Find insights on how to name Bill Israel perceived foreign eyes.
Ma- <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?id=358315" target="_blank">need to be familiar with</a> .
Dinner with Ma and Eyal:) Wings of Haifa, Arad


Great people. They admire how I can eat like Theroux even when the Baker is not a long walk. I explained I'm still catching up from aPCT.

Billy Goat lost somewhere in the Negev, a month.
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#77 Posted : Tuesday, February 23, 2016 8:12:21 PM(UTC)
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Add a few words about the bulletin:

The aim is to persuade travellers to come here. To know there is a long trail in Israel.

Even if you throw the flyer after a minute, the goal has been reached.

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#78 Posted : Tuesday, March 8, 2016 4:07:31 PM(UTC)
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Week 5 of Christian

Large catches him excitement when hikers gave him water and food.

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#79 Posted : Tuesday, March 29, 2016 4:12:26 PM(UTC)
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The connection between the title of the thread "why Kings are few reach?" and reality.

Despite the precarious security situation that affects the number of tourists entering Israel, the numbers of

Abroad for cheerleaders. Developed threading with proper title.

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