This week was a week for adventure. The students and staff at Shvilei Chinuch traveled to Acco (Acre), where we boarded a boat and went for a sail on the Mediterranean.
Then, we went to Nesher, a small town next to Rechasim. Why? You see, in Nesher, there is a gesher. That means "bridge" in Hebrew.
Well, the "gesher" in Nesher is not a simple, small footbridge.
The "gesher" in Nesher soars above ground. It's a hanging bridge over a ravine. The bridge is fairly wide and equipped with safety features. The walk is suitable for families with young children, so long as no one is afraid of heights!
The Shvilei Chinuch students conquered their fears and enjoyed the walk and the views.