This past summer my dad, sister and I flew to Norway to trek the mountains.
Trekking is basically walking or climbing outdoors from one stop-point to another (we slept in cabins at the stop-points). Our trek was in a nature reserve called Hardangervidda. Many people from Europe hike in Norway, but not a lot from Israel.
The trek took eight days. We were on the mountains without any access to mobile phones, internet or computers. We took all of our equipment in one big bag, which was carried by my father all day long (20 kilometers a day!!).
We went on the trek with a group of people from Europe (Norway and Germany) who had no clue about life in Israel. We talked with them a lot, especially in the evenings in the cabins where we slept. We told them about our lives in Israel.
The trek was amazing. We saw amazing views and we met new people and I believe that we also changed their opinions about Israel.