My sister and I just got back home from a ten day tour of Israel with Israel4All. I have multiple disabilities and like others have said here, I thought my traveling days were over. I am an amputee and half my abdominal wall was torn away from my pelvis leaving me with an enormous hernia which further decreases my mobility. Add to that being too large to fit into a standard sized wheelchair. I thought it was going to be impossible and everyone said I would never make it.
Well, can't doesn't seem to be part of Eli's vocabulary. He arranged a heavy duty scooter that allowed me to go just about everywhere, and he made certain that every place we went was accessible and that our needs were met. When I asked for something, he would move Heaven and Earth to see that I got it. He is gentle and calm and puts people at ease immediately. He is extremely knowledgeable and displays a great love for Israel. You could search, but I believe you would never find a man more suitable for this profession. He sees people for their abilities rather than their disabilities.
I am proud to call him my friend and would recommend him to you without reservation.