A 12:00 wakeup was absolutely incredible especially after only having 4 hours the night before. It was so late that by the time I woke up at Pete and Zel I was offered lunch instead of breakfast. A good BBQ woke me up and soon after we were into the car for a tiyul.
We started by driving along the Egyptian border for a look around. After a chat to the soldiers on patrol we headed to a monument for the soldiers of the 1967 war, which entailed a spiral stairway into the sky with exactly 120 stairs according to Liora.
From there we moved to see the gaza border and caught a glimpse of some tanks nearby. It's crazy that you can get so close to the border and you can see how small the strip really is.
We then went to this massive suspension bridge overlooking a lake and ended our drive with a scenic route of the big army base nearby.
Back at the house we had a nice relax with some lovely snacks before hopping on a long bus ride back to Tel Aviv. Whilst I thought I might catch some shut eye on the bus with the back seats initially to myself, more people boarded the bus and I was forced to cram up in one seat in the back corner.
Arriving back at Adams place, he treated me to some dinner, which we ate at his place before I headed out. I met the guys and a whole lot more people on the roof of their hostel, Hayarkon 48 and had good chill there till past midnight.
Upon hearing about a over 21 Dubstep party in the city, we decided to give a go and headed down Rothschild to a club called Lima Lima. At the door some begging and lying took place but eventually we got inside and boy was it worth it. The music was absolutely filthy and some of the best dubstep I had heard in a while. Some highlights included the Tetris remix and of course some amazing Skrillex.
After partying hard until 3am we eventually made our way home. A 30 minute walk and a bit of tv and I was gone for the evening.