Sarah Irving

I do things with words, mainly English and Arabic

Getting around the West Bank

“Tube shmube and urban planning patooie”, says Sara, a volunteer teacher in Nablus. “There is nowhere easier to get around than the West Bank. I know – hugely unexpected and yet, bizarrely, totally true”.
She’s right, and anyone who needs reassuring that Palestine is a great and, for internationals, a very easy place to visit should read the rest of her entertaining blog post on the subject, here.

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One comment on “Getting around the West Bank

  1. Sara
    December 9, 2011

    Hi Sarah!

    Thanks very much for the reprint :) I’ve been wanting to get in touch with your for a while to congratulate you on your guide book! I checked out the Guardian article and even in such a short excerpt found out things I hadn’t known were around.

    Best of luck and I look forward to buying your book one day!

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