This is my last week here in Israel and I plan on getting in as much as I can before I leave, since I won’t be back for a good while. I’ve found plenty of drafts to complete and topics I’ve put aside lately to cover during my break, so my worries about what shall happen to this blog are no more! Before leaving, I plan on going to all of my favorite places and soaking in these last moments with landscapes I love and the people I adore. Get ready for a week packed of fond farewells to some of my favorite places here in Israel, via Vespa Adventures and tons of photos. I plan on squeezing in at least one more ride to Tel Aviv-Jaffo area, more of the roads through the Judean Mountain terrian, try to get the courage to finally take the ‘pa to Jerusalem, scoot some more around the Abu Gosh/kibbutz area, and a few other places I’ve grown fond of during these past few months. I hope you enjoy these farewell posts and soak in all the sights with me, as I say a fond Shalom to Israel and my little Roxy Vespa (-only till October, not forever).
Starting with Road 395, winding roads through the Judean Mountains,
Most of these photos are from a specific spot on the road where the two lanes become one tiny, little lane for cars going either way. I love this part of the road the most, as it is the most thrilling and daring part of the ride. Today I decided to turn around and did it again(!), as the ride was going so well. I am not really exactly sure where it is on the google map version, but I included a shot to give you all an idea where it should be located:
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