This weekend was easily one of the best Year Course weekends yet, if not the best.
It all started when my friend Yossi proposed to me the idea of traveling up north to the Golan. We talked about it briefly and did a little research about hostels. Friday morning at 10:30, Yossi, Aidan, Edu and I still didn’t have any set plans.
Regardless, we headed to the central bus station in Jerusalem and caught the 963 bus to Kiryat Shmoneh, one of the northernmost cities in Israel. Four hours later, we got off the bus in the Galil.
The next morning, we knew that we wanted to go to Mount Hermon, the famous mountain on the border of Israel, Lebanon, and Syria, and the place which usually has the only snow...