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.
Holy Landings: Tales from the Airport
'We did it through Google Translate. I wrote in English, she wrote in Russian, and each of us translated into his/her language'
Arrivals / Departures: Two sets of girlfriends, two decades apart, talk about what occupies them.
Arrivals / Departures: What it's like to 'get lost in the now,' according to Kostantin from Jerusalem.
Arrivals / Departures: Two different Israeli couples, two very different stories.
Arrivals / Departures: A Chinese woman about to perform in Israel has trouble defining her act; an architect who moved to Tel Aviv from Rome talks about Israeli men.
Departures / Arrivals: How a U.S. Jew who lost faith in Israel in the '80s ended up living here after all; a couple who met hitchhiking 20 years ago share their secret to successful marriage.
Arrivals / Departures: A Polish non-Jew explains why he's getting a Ph.D. in Jewish studies; an Orthodox doctor from Canada talks about the importance of believing in yourself – and therapy.
Departures / Arrivals: Two young Israelis, on their way home from their first trip abroad, explain why they left the faith.
Arrivals / Departures: Two students explain why they had to leave Israel to study medicine; a teen heading to Brussels for a tae kwon do tournament dreams of the Olympics.
Arrivals / Departures: A visitor from Argentina stuck at Ben-Gurion Airport learns to appreciate WiFi; an Israeli leaves his children behind for a job in California.
Departures / Arrivals: An Israeli emigre in Hungary ponders the difference between the two countries; a Russian tourist talks 'Samurais vs. Zombies.'
Arrivals / Departures: A U.S. rabbi visiting Israel says that separation of religion and state is what makes America work; a couple of Israelis returning from Greece share a 'When Harry Met Sally' moment.
Arrivals / Departures: A South African recalls how Israelis gave her the motivation to go on with her life; an Israeli says Americans know how to live, while the Japanese don't.
After growing his roots in Israel, Adolfo is finally ready to visit his birthplace, Argentina.