My last holiday abroad was a working holiday in Galilee, Israel on a Kibbutz which is an egalitarian community. Work was for about 4 hours per day in the morning and the afternoon was mainly spent relaxing round the pool.
Meals were provided with free board also in the volunteer house with new friends made from countries such as Sweden, Denmark, South Africa, Russia and even as far away as Australia. The Plane there and back was on an open ticket of 6 months and I stayed for 3 months. The jobs were varied but hardly strenuous and weekend evenings were spent at the Bunker, a makeshift nightclub on site. The Kibbutz I was on also had a Hotel on it with paying guests.
A few years ago I bought a book in a Charity Shop entitled ‘Africa on a Shoestring’ and the travel bug is biting to visit at least one of the 60+ Countries in that great Continent with Tanzania and the Serengeti National Park seeming the favourite. It would have to be a good experience to beat a Kibbutz working holiday.
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