‘I always loved hiking at Ramat Hanadiv, since my work as a tour guide. This region has such diverse nature that you can cross a great number of landscapes and experience countless unexpected experiences in any hike. Here you see an open field, there a small cyclamen forest, and after a few minutes the great sea spread out in all its glory. When we came this time, we were challenged by the puddles, which we could not pass. First we jumped among the rocks so as not to get wet. Very quickly we got into a rhythm of movement, the ‘melody’ of the hike. By the time we reached Manzur Al-Aqav, we were already all covered in mud. Satisfied and relaxed, we sat down on the ancient threshing floor. Behind us, thousands of years of history in the ancient villa, and in front of us, the yellow sun and sparkling blue water. I was happy.’
Michal’s story and time spent with her in the field inspires and generates thoughts about the magic of nature, its healing powers, the power of belonging and creativity provided by nature, the yearning for the field which proves that (almost) everything is possible, and above all, one woman who doesn’t let any limitation stop her from climbing and teaching all of us an unlimited lesson about will power.