A Jewish-American recalls the time he had to explain kosher laws to 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' author Douglas Adams; a former Israeli explains why he prefers Japan
Holy Landings: Tales from the Airport
A history student from Berlin talks about European refugee crises; a scientist from Canada has figured out how to make fish happy
The rabbi of the Efrat settlement tells two stories that explain his belief in God.
Democracy is waning globally, and China might be to blame, a Belgian researcher visiting Israel says; an Israeli doula misses four births to surf in Sri Lanka.
A British-Indian on eco-trip to Israel is 'surprised to discover that Christianity and Islam actually sprang from Judaism'; two young friends, one from Israel and the other from Japan, reunite on the tarmac.
17-year-old lovers on their way back from an anniversary trip to Berlin talk about staying together against the odds; a slightly older couple talk about packing up their life to move Down Under.
Israeli school trips to Nazi death camps in Poland should teach about 'life here and now: Arabs, refugees, racism,' a guide says; four childhood friends debate whether Israel is a good place to live.
A young couple talk about the difference between life in Israel and elsewhere; a teacher describes what it's like to teach English through sports.
The Zionist youth of Costa Rica is in Israel to learn; a South African couple on a Holy Land pilgrimage talking about quitting their careers to become nut farmers.
An Israeli southerner describes how she found inner peace; a Croatian shop owner describes being 'grabbed' by kabbala.
'It's easier to sell to Americans than to Israelis,' a young manager on his way home from the U.S. says; an aspiring doctor explains why many Israeli Bedouin go abroad to study medicine.
An Israeli engineer returns from a Russian vacation of clubbing and seeing ballet; a Brazilian couple attends a big fat Cypriot wedding – before their own interfaith nuptials.
Working in Israel has allowed Veronica to support her children back at home - at the cost of seeing them growing up; Yeva, an observant Jew from Brooklyn, feels safer in Israel: 'In New York, they don't think something could really happen.'
An American Southerner shares the story of how he learned for sure that he's gay; an Israeli yoga teacher explains how she survived in India without her suitcase.
Departures / Arrivals: A New Zealand man with 'bad skin cancer' comes to Israel to see where Jesus walked on water; a South African couple and their dog move to Israel for their retirement.