We are back in Israel. Tzfat to be precise. I am on the worst keyboard ever, so I will keep it short. After two relaxing days in the Amman we took a car to the border and came back to Israel. Even at the checkpoint it is a big distrinction between the Jewish and Arab sides.
Due to minimal public transport we decided to have a go at hitchhiking. We first took a cab to town, hitched a ride to the Sea of Galillee, and took a shared taxi to a campground. We spent the night in a deserted camp on the shore of the Galillee. Today we got a total of 3 rides to take us to Tzfat. Then a long walk up the hill to the old city where we are staying.
After dropping our packs off we grabbed an old Yemenite dish that is a cross between a pizza and a crepe. I always call it Yemenite Pizza. I'd been jonesing for one since I was here last. Anyway, we have a few relaxing days ahead of us with Shabbat, and maybe we can squeeze in a trip to the Golan Heights before Passover.