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August 22, 2012 12:56 pm

Donkeys Bring Wireless Internet to Israeli Town

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A town in northern Israel has attached wireless routers to donkeys which carry tourists along their journey in the ancient Galilee town of Hashaya.

The Kfar Kedem recreational attraction in Hashaya features a tour to simulate life in ancient Galilee, using donkeys to allow people to travel the historical landscape.  The manager of Kfar Kedem, Menachem Goldberg made the decision to use wireless routers to give people access to e-mail and Facebook, to share their experiences on the web.

“We have 30 donkeys in our town and we have fitted five with wireless Internet. We will consider whether to equip more as time goes on,” Goldberg told Israel Hayom.

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  • Thank G-d for the wonderful donkey….a sturdy and dilligent worker….who should be thanked! Treat them well…they serve us without question…DRB

  • sarah williams

    Too funny! Creative, too!

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