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posted on March 09, 2013 at 16:03:02 by Ester Piravandi
I found out that robert bosch wanted to know something about me. So I write here my email adress.

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posted on December 08, 2012 at 18:34:33 by Durk van der Werf (Netherlands)
Hi All
I have been bananaboy in Tel Katzir end of 1980. We had a great time in tel Katzir. Yes the same time as you Detmar! I do remeber you and the most people you sum up. Also were ther 2 polish guys ,Mirec and Stanislav Who could play soccer better then i could.
But the best player that time was Bob kiwie.
Helen from sweden dit you become hairdresser? You did cut mine nicely!There were also acouple of dutch girls Len joke and names i fergot, when we were there. If someone wanne messageme Look for Durk van der werf on facebook

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posted on October 21, 2012 at 04:22:43 by glenn (Australia)
Volunteering on a kibbutz was clearly the best experience I had on my travels overseas.It was not about how much you can earn, it was simply to experience another way of life, quite different from mine here in australia. I volunteered on Hanita kibbutz in the north on the border of Lebanon, feb- april 1995 .I ended up picking bananas for my 3 months and it was a fantastic time. The other volunteers were mainly from europe, so again there were people who had a total different life story to mine, although we did have one thing in common - drinking vodka!! The kibbutz members were so good to all of us,sharing their way of life and opening up their families and celebrations for us.It really was a time with great memories.I would love to have stayed longer than 3 months, but I had a plane ticket booked to go to Egypt. I have fond memories of my time there, and am still in touch with a few volunteers who were there at the same time. Th

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posted on August 29, 2012 at 18:32:49 by bernard suskin (Israel)
Forgot to mention in my posting that we were on kibutz tel katzir 1958

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posted on August 29, 2012 at 18:29:35 by bernard suskin (Israel)
Is there any member still there from 1958 when we were there for the summer as part of our nahal service from South Africa?

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posted on August 03, 2012 at 09:10:22 by Mark fowler (United Kingdom)
It would be good to hear from any one who was on kibbutz back in 1995 >Revivim or Yiftah.
I'm very much thinking of going back on kibbutz,as I have great memories and would like to revisit a great country.
Just email me,if there is any one out there.
Hope to hear from someone.
Mark fowler.

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posted on July 04, 2012 at 23:26:14 by willy kluska (Australia)
would love to get into contact with people who where at tel katzir in jan/feb 1979. esppecially those that remember when we turned one of the bomb shelters into a bar . please contact me at willyk@westnet.com.au

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posted on March 02, 2012 at 11:34:12 by Detmar (Germany)

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posted on January 27, 2012 at 20:31:58 by Annette Rietveld (Netherlands)
Heb op de kibbutz verbleven van oktober 81 t/m februari 82 met Jacqueline, Petra en Ingrid en vele anderen. Zou graag weer een keer met hen in contact komen maar weet niet eens meer achternamen. Lieve meiden, hoe is het met jullie? Wat was het een (te) gekke tijd!

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posted on January 18, 2012 at 08:20:23 by Jonathan (South Africa)
Thanks for the informative, easy-to-read article. I am currently deciding whether or not to travel to Israel and work on a kibbutz. This was a helpful and enjoyable. custom smiley
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