Sebastiya Here We Come!

On Sunday 18th January 2015 children of Asira went on a field-trip to Sebastiya, a village with a huge Roman heritage, just north of Nablus city. None of them had been there before, and thus learning of their heritage as the people of Palestine was very exciting.

There was time for football, too.

And for hide-and-seek:

After Sebastiya the children visited a soap factory in Nablus. Olive oil soap is what the city of Nablus has been famous for for centuries. It is still made by hand and then stacked in such piles to dry:

The learning part over, the children relaxed in an urban children park:

And of course selfies:

Nablus style:

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