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Get On the Jewlicious Bus Today!

Registration for all birthright israel trips begins today. For the more enlightened amongst you, if you want to get on the Jewlicious bus, better register as soon as possible. You may begin your registration process by clicking here. Registration is free, takes a couple of minutes, and carries no obligation.

Jewlicious is but one of several free Israel trips offered by birthright israel through IsraelExperts this summer. Check them all out and find one that’s right for you, or someone you know.

Should you have any questions, you may call laya (who is manning the phones at IsraelExperts) at 1-800-772-2452.

NOTE: Registration for theJewlicious bus is going like mad! When I say register as fast as possible to avoid disapointment, I mean it. Heh. I REALLY can’t believe they’re letting us do this …

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Founder and Publisher of Jewlicious, David Abitbol lives in Jerusalem with his wife, newborn daughter and toddler son. Blogging as "ck" he's been blocked on twitter by the right and the left, so he's doing something right.

19 Comments

  • A couple of tips from someone who registered this morning:

    1. Use Netscape. The servers are/were on overload and Netscape or a browser that doesn’t dump form info when it can’t connect to a new page, like IE does.

    2. If you’re registering multiple people from the same computer, do them one at a time and clear the cookies from birthright inbetween. Otherwise you’ll end up trying to strangle your internet connection, believe me.

  • Yeah, wish that had occured to me. Registration was turned into a remarkably difficult, hour-and-fifteen-minute long task this morning. But, in the end, I got registered. And, as far as I know, I’ll be tripping with Jewlicious. It had better be a pretty rockin’ time, ck.

  • Argh! Can I just pretend to be the right age? Ok, ok, we’ve covered it in another blogcomment section. But I’m a teacher: we don’t make actual money! I could chaperone……? 🙂 It sounds like a rockin’ time!

  • Ziva, seriously, that is a great idea. Somebody should go to birthright and organize some teacher groups. Is there anything more important than allowing teachers to see firsthand and impart what they’ve seen to others?

    Talk to ck. 😉

  • Right. Talk to ck because I’m the dude with jillions of dollars that funds these trips. Right. What’s really kinda frightening is that I will be on this trip, in effect, as a chaperone. Who’s going to chaperone the chaperones? Heh. At least laya will be there to keep me in check.

    But in all seriousness Ziva, you can talk to an open minded, education oriented birthright israel trip provider like IsraelExperts and see about maybe organizing a bus for next winter – all you need to do is fing between 35-42 eligible participants. Then you can be the madrichah, in theory.

    I know that groups like the American Israel Friendship League sends teachers and other groups to Israel on missions all the time. The best way to find out about these sorts of things is to get involved, hard core, in one of these groups. They’ll eventually send you off to Israel, especially if you’ve never been. You won’t have as good a time as you would on the Jewlicious bus, but one takes what one can, eh?

  • Hahaha, thanks, ck, for the information (and TM, you were right, ck does know all). I need to get my shul connected to some larger national and international groups in order to provide more opportunities to Jews in cornfields. 🙂 Thanks!

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