Lunch was spent looking out over the Wilderness of Zin, which was basically incredible. Standing at the overlook makes you feel like you're about to be swallowed by the world. The second one is of me and Sharon, who is pretty much hilarious and amazing all wrapped into one. Oh and I got pretty tight with the national park mascot as well. Look at me make friends!
The culminating event of the day however, was definitely the kibbutz. A kibbutz is a predominantly Jewish community that basically lives like a zionist/socialist lifestyle. Everyone that works, eats, sleeps, and helps provide for the community. Once they explained it to us and layed out a wonderful feast, we stuffed our faces. Now everything is always "In the spirit of Kibbutz" when we share things. They also have a strange affinity for cows at the kibbutz. Everything smells like cow and there's cow statues all over the place. Needless to say, we had a little too much fun. We finished the night off playing a seriously intense game of electricity with at least 40 people and yet another dance party. Overall, way too much for one day.