Sayed Kashua Goes on a Vacation Up North, and Discovers He's No Kibbutznik

'I don’t know,' said my wife as she buckled the baby into the infant seat in the back seat of the car. I know that 'I don’t know' when it comes to the baby.

The older kids really wanted to go kayaking. And I was firmly opposed and very afraid of that because a man recently drowned when his kayak overturned. “It will be an experience for them,” said my wife when we left the hotel room on Kibbutz Kfar Blum, “and we have time.”